The Plan-Do-Check-Act model, which both DHS and FEMA use, really helps when implementing and practicing your emergency plans.
From grain handling operations to heavy blast material, pit cleaning with vacuums allows workers to clean outside of confined space.
Each type of alarm requires its own unique response, and a fire alarm is no different.
Skin health can be compromised from a continued cycle of hands going from a warm, wet glove interior to the rapid drying caused by evaporation when gloves are removed, and then back again.
It is important to recognize that hand washing cannot replace safe and hygienic work practices and the use of personal protective equipment when handling heavy metal-containing materials.
Training and company policies must help employees decide that they can protect themselves from heat stress. Reducing heat stress will improve productivity and reduce accidents in the workplace.
Proper eyewear starts with making sure the PPE fits the task at hand. This often requires employers to conduct a workplace hazard assessment.
OSHA has required employers to develop a Chemical Hygiene Plan that addresses labeling as well as all other aspects of the Laboratory standard.
A program that encourages communication can identify strengths and weaknesses much more efficiently than a program that remains static and unchanging after initial training.
If workers are overly optimistic that no injuries will befall them, they may be more likely to take risks that could end up in injuries.
Strong communications are critical to supporting, guiding, and influencing; a leader's connections with others heighten the ability to influence, as well as quantity and quality of work performance.
"Every US resident should have the best possible chance for survival and functional recovery after injury. When it comes to trauma care, where people live ought not to determine if they live."
Good or bad, you have already created a safety culture.