Are you training your employees as frequently as required? Have you designated employees who are expected to stay behind? Have you trained them to know when they should not attempt to fight a fire because it is too large?
Many initiatives start out strong but eventually lose momentum and become the next "flavor of the month."
Given that they are seldom needed, many facilities give minimum attention to OSHA’s compliance standards.
Modern sample pumps can send their operating status, current flow rate, and total volume sampled to a smartphone or tablet, giving safety and IH professionals confidence the samples are "delivered on time and intact."
The "best" confined space gas detector doesn't come from any one manufacturer; it's the instrument that best fulfills the requirements for your confined space program.
What many businesses may not understand is that electrical safety training is required for all personnel, not just those performing electrical work.
Prepare for the two biggest safety threats this winter: Falls from heights when removing snow, as well as slips and trips when entering and exiting buildings, are the biggest threats to your workers' safety this upcoming winter.
Avoid the dangerous trap in emergency equipment maintenance.
Your employees will notice your PPE, too. Make certain you are not on the mountaintop, but down in the work zone alongside the employees. This builds credibility.
Consider thinking about the other elements of an effective safety program that will be needed in order to support the BBS program.
No single activity is the answer for everyone. Look for any kind of low-impact, low embarrassment, low-pain activities that are relatively easy to do, low-risk, and are readily available nearby.
Dr. Omalu subsequently was called in to consult on several retired football players' autopsies in which he identified CTE.
Precision is necessary to ensure recovery with the right resources to rebound. If you must make cuts, use a scalpel, not an axe.