Training & Software

  • MSHA Launches Coalfields Compliance Assistance Project

    "The progress we made in 2015 is good news for miners and the mining industry. It is the result of intensive efforts by MSHA and its stakeholders that have led to mine site compliance improvements, a reduction of chronic violators, historic low levels of respirable coal dust and silica, and a record low number of mining deaths," said Assistant Secretary Joseph A. Main.

    Staffers from the agency's division of Coal Mine Safety and Health and training specialists from Educational Field and Small Mine Services will visit coal mines to review approved training plans and talk with and observe miners with one year or less experience at the mine and miners with one year or less experience performing their current job.

  • NSC Congress & Expo Races to Indianapolis

    The Indiana Convention Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, across the street from Lucas Oil Stadium. (Photo Courtesy of Lavengood Photography)

    The NSC Congress & Expo is sure to be a week full of education and innovation in the safety and health market, so be ready to start your engines come September.


News & Articles

  • Interest Remains High in 'Game Changer' Z244.1-2016 Standard

    The Z244.1-2016 standard attempts to help employers and safety managers prevent both violations and worker exposures to hazardous energy.

  • DOL Accepting Nominations for Apprenticeship Task Force Until Aug. 8

    The task force, which Acosta will chair, has been asked to identify strategies and proposals to promote apprenticeships, especially in sectors where apprenticeship programs are currently insufficient.

  • NJ Aluminum Company Fined $1.9 Million

    "Despite its lengthy OSHA history, Aluminum Shapes still does not comply with federal safety and health standards," said Paula Dixon-Roderick, director of OSHA's Marlton Area Office. "These hazards leave workers vulnerable to the risk of serious injury and possible death."

  • NIOSH Piloting New Training Program with Workforce Tulsa

    "Our young adult participants have a variety of challenges and barriers to sustainable employment, such as a lack of education or homelessness, and this training program will provide them with a much-needed opportunity to learn the basics of workplace health and safety," said Shelley Cadamy, executive director of Workforce Tulsa.

  • VPPPA's 2017 National Annual Meeting Drawing Near

    Hundreds of occupational safety and health professionals will be traveling to New Orleans to attend Safety+ at New Orleans' Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. It takes place Aug. 29 through Sept. 1.

  • Seattle Wastewater Plant Flood Report Calls for Emergency Training

    Flooding inside the West Point sewage treatment plant in February caused $57 million in damage and 235 million gallons of untreated wastewater to be dumped from an emergency outfall near Seattle's Discovery Park.


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Webinars

  • Using Safety Metrics to Improve Safety

    In today's information world, health safety and environmental professional are continually confronted with the challenge to gather, review, and act wisely based on various types of data. By using simple, easy to use, software to generate safety metrics safety professions can spend less time on collecting, gathering and performing data calculations and more time on using that data to improve safety performance.

  • Can Behavior-Based Safety Transform a Safety Culture?

    For 25 years, Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) has proven to be an effective tool for the reduction of workplace accidents. With some simple yet meaningful modification, BBS can become an extremely effective tool to create, coach and achieve sustainable safety culture excellence. The great news: This can happen in a short amount of time!

  • A Practical Approach to Electrical Safety for Federal Facilities

    Join us for a free one-hour Webinar hosted by Occupational Health & Safety magazine, and you will be armed to reduce electrical safety related incidents in your organization.


Videos

  • MSA Safety Training Center

    MSA customers experienced a whole new safety training experience in 2016. http://us.msasafety.com/training

  • Why You Should Choose a Career in Construction

    Everyone chooses their career path for different reasons, but for those of you considering construction, this ABC National video offers a few more reasons to enter the industry.

  • Training Day: Air Station Savannah

    Shallow Water Egress Training (SWET) is an annual training for every aircrew in the U.S. Coast Guard. It simulates a helicopter crash in the ocean that leaves the cockpit upside down in the water. The aircrew must keep their composure and use their emergency equipment to safely and quickly escape the situation. U.S. Coast Guard video by PA1 Stephen Lehmann.


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