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Follow these steps to ensure you have an effective hearing conservation program.
More than half—56 percent of respondents in a new AHA-commissioned survey—said that they do not know the location of the AED in their workplace.
No ethical incentive provider would create a program to discourage reporting—tracking safety issues is an integral part of making a workplace safer!
Feet are the foundation of the body, carrying the burden of weight while supporting the knees, back, and hips.
There is a need for a value-driven security risk assessment in chemical clusters.
A comprehensive safety analysis should not be limited to the facility. It should also include a review of all tasks and processes, giving priority to high-risk areas.
State mandatory law compliance and state marijuana law issues are certainly concerns that company program managers must deal with. However, ADA issues may be far more problematic.
Follow these five steps to prepare for the collision of culture and technology.
By incorporating movement into the work day, employees can also reduce their risk of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
There will be plenty to learn and do at the NSC Congress & Expo in downtown Indianapolis.
It's finding the right blend of motivators that makes the difference between a successful program and one that just bumps along.
Accumulation of biological pollutants can result in hazardous health effects for occupants, as well as structural damage to the building.
Sound-level meter apps available for smart phones "can have a tremendous and far-reaching impact in the area of noise control," says the CDC.
Slip resistance is a challenge. It's ideal to work with a safety footwear provider who understands the tradeoffs and can help advise your organization on the right product for the work environment.
There is a certain class of occupational environments where engineering controls are not feasible and double hearing protection is inadequate.
Prioritization of tasks and planning the work are the keys to keeping the momentum of the team.
With such overwhelming support, one could assume that legalization has clear benefits for everyone. That assumption is not only costly, it could prove to be dead wrong.
Growing awareness of the dangers and potential liabilities of compressed air has industries and institutions exploring new options.
All information captured by you and your team can be further analyzed and used in order to predict, mitigate, and avoid risk.
Just because some rules are delayed doesn't mean they're off the table. In fact, many experts believe they will still move forward, possibly in their current form.
How many of us have adopted a strategy because it was easy, even though it was ineffective?
NIST researchers are laying the technical groundwork for manufacturers to develop accurate devices.
Are the things you are doing adding value? Are levels of compliance increasing? Are beliefs and behaviors changing?