“Are You Meeting This OSHA Requirement? – “Are You Training Your Employees In A Language That They Understand?”

In order for your Environmental and Health Safety (EHS) training to be effective, you must have clear communication with trainees. This goal may be hard to achieve with workers who speak English as a second language (ESL). However, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says that an employer’s responsibility to provide employees with information … Continue reading “Are You Meeting This OSHA Requirement? – “Are You Training Your Employees In A Language That They Understand?”

“What To Expect From OSHA In 2016 And Beyond”

  OSHA’S ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVES Though a number of OSHA’s enforcement initiatives may not technically be considered new for 2016, we can expect that OSHA will continue to increasingly issue citations under the General Duty Clause and the multi-employer worksite doctrine. We can also expect OSHA to continue to focus its attention on the training and … Continue reading “What To Expect From OSHA In 2016 And Beyond”

“Infographic: Conducting An Effective Job Hazard Analysis”

Job hazard analysis is an essential component of a successful safety program. This BLR infographic details the 6 steps of a JHA so you can assess the hazards at your facility and implement corrective actions. "JHA Downloads" JHA Checklist: http://bit.ly/20crSNM OSHA JHA Powerpoint: http://bit.ly/1K1ebiT

“Safety Meeting Topics for a Better Safety Committee at Your Workplace”

  Accident Investigation [English] [Spanish] Aerial Platform Safety [English] [Spanish] Africanized Honey Bees [English] [Spanish] Aggressive Driving [English] [Spanish] Agricultural Pesticide Use Regulations [English] [Spanish] Agricultural Worker Transport [English] [Spanish] Air Bag Safety [English] [Spanish] Aircraft Maintenance Safety [English] [Spanish] Ammonia Safety [English] [Spanish] Amusement Park Hazards [English] [Spanish] Animal Handling Safety [English] [Spanish] Animal … Continue reading “Safety Meeting Topics for a Better Safety Committee at Your Workplace”

“Five Signs Your Near Miss Reporting Program Is Failing”

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“The Health Hazards Of Shift Work”

The hazards of the workplace for shift workers have consequences on many levels. Shift work causes employees a host of psychological and health problems. Not only is shift work bad for your health, it’s also bad for your health. To learn more, checkout this infographic created by Eastern Kentucky University’s Online Bachelors in Occupational Safety … Continue reading “The Health Hazards Of Shift Work”

“Behavioral Minute: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Feedback”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8CrjTHprC0 When it comes to safe and unsafe behaviors in the workplace, employees on the front-line are often uncomfortable giving peer to peer feedback. Some likely feel it isn't their place to speak up, while others may think it won't be effective. In our latest Behavioral Minute, ADI senior consultant, Bart Sevin, identifies the benefits … Continue reading “Behavioral Minute: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Feedback”

“Near-Miss Reporting” – Behavioral Safety Minute – Aubrey Daniels International

While world class safety cultures have thriving near-miss reporting processes, many other organizations struggle with systems that don’t work effectively or inadvertently do more harm than good. ADI senior vice president, David Uhl, explains the real intent of near-miss reporting and the role senior leaders must play to strengthen this process. For a closer look … Continue reading “Near-Miss Reporting” – Behavioral Safety Minute – Aubrey Daniels International

Free Whitepaper: “10 Tips To Implementing A Lockout / Tagout Program”

10 Tips to Implementing a Lockout/Tagout Program Your LOTO program must address the hazards that workers face when they place any part of their body near a machine’s point of operation, power transmission apparatus, pinch points, or other moving parts during maintenance and servicing activities. If the machine is not properly shut down and secured, … Continue reading Free Whitepaper: “10 Tips To Implementing A Lockout / Tagout Program”