- COMPLIANCE: Regulatory Compliance: The Necessary Evil
- COMPLIANCE: The Future of the OSHA PSM Standard
- FALL PROTECTION: Fall Protection FAQs
- FALL PROTECTION: Finding the Sweet Spot
- HEAD PROTECTION: Top Considerations for Providing Effective Head Protection
- HEAD PROTECTION: Twelve Frequent Hard Hat Questions
- CONSTRUCTION SAFETY: The Magic Number
- HAZMAT: Handling Hazardous Material Emergencies
- HAZMAT: Hidden Hazmat Considerations for Your Safety Program
- RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: A New Approach to Escape Respirators
- EMERGENCY RESPONSE: Five Common Practices That Put Your Workers at Risk
- HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Total Worker Health Approach Helps Organizations and Employees Thrive
- TRAINING: Keeping Oil & Gas Workers Safe
- TRAINING: Rich New Training Technologies for Professional Development
- EMERGENCY SHOWERS & EYEWASH: Fine-Tuning Emergency Shower Safety in the Workplace
- PLANT MAINTENANCE: Maintaining Old Technology to Mitigate Safety Risks
By Ryan Pfund
Optimize your equipment to meet ANSI requirements, address facility needs, and provide workers the best washdown coverage.
By Jason Deane
We have recently discovered that many petrochemical processing plants should take action on 50 percent or more of their installed gauges.
By Craig Firl
Proper equipment and ongoing training save lives and boost employee morale.
By Barry R. Weissman
"Every good emergency vehicle will have binoculars in the cab so the responder does not have to get too close to the hazard but can see the vehicle and its markings."
By Oliver Diaz
Innovators such as Google, Microsoft, HP, and Logitech are all working on augmented reality displays that help with way finding and technical visualizations, among other applications.
By Katie Twist-Rowlinson
Although hard hats are among the most commonly worn types of PPE, U.S. workers continue to face an unacceptable number of head injuries.
By Garrett Genest
Buddy systems can increase complacency of workers in the field due to a false sense of greater safety.
By Wayne Mayo, Martin Jones
There is a growing global push toward hazardous location competency training.
By Kevin Duhamel
Implement a fall protection system that saves your employees and your budget.
By Brenda Schmidt, Robert Eric Dinenberg
A synergistic approach for integrating occupational safety and health protection with health promotion reduces costs, increases employee productivity, and boosts organizational performance.
By Don Rust
If the hard hat has sustained an impact, dispose of it immediately, even if the damage is not visible.
By Justin Kissinger
There is more to low-level access lifts than meets the eye.
By David E. Kaelin Sr.
Proposed modifications could mean that many new sites will be covered and will need to formally adopt PSM as defined in the OSHA regulation.
By Linda J. Sherrard
You will find in the long run that being well prepared costs much less than trying to explain what you did not do after the fact.
By Alex Gaggin
You can find the point where reduced cost and increased safety align.
By Brian D. Rains
Complacency or an attitude of "compliance is good enough" can set in when compliance is the only management message.
By Shawn M. Galloway
Nine elements have been identified as the most important foci to establish the chemistry that facilitates the necessary climate for a culture of safety excellence to grow.
By Robert Pater
Miraculous results occur when people really trust that leaders are both truly concerned about them and are competent.
By Jerry Laws
According to the CDC, an estimated 4.4 million Americans are living with chronic hepatitis, but most of them do not know they are infected.