Dumb Ways to Die - By Metro Trains Melbourne Pty Ltd Description You've seen the video - now the lives of those adorably dumb characters are in your hands! Download the FREE game now to protect private parts from piranhas, wipe up vomit, feed rattlesnakes, and most importantly - be safe around trains. Brought to … Continue reading New! “Dumb Ways To Die” Safety Game! Now Available For iPhone, iPad!
Why Lock-Out, Tag-Out Is Vitally Important #LOTO #WorkplaceSafety
Note: The photos above are not intended for page views or shock value as I don't believe that those methods truly teach you anything in and of themselves. I don't know the particulars of the above accident, but I do know that the lack of a proper lock out - tag out (control of hazardous … Continue reading Why Lock-Out, Tag-Out Is Vitally Important #LOTO #WorkplaceSafety
A Deep Dive Into Periodic Lockout/Tagout Inspection
We hope you were able to join Aaron R. Gelb and special guest, Tabitha Thompson of FDR Safety, this week for our webinar regarding A Deep Dive Into Periodic Lockout/Tagout Inspections. Year in and year out, OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout (Energy Control) standard is one of the most frequently cited standards. With the National Emphasis Program on Amputations … Continue reading A Deep Dive Into Periodic Lockout/Tagout Inspection
OSHA & ASTM Protective Footwear Requirements #Safety #Footwear
https://videopress.com/v/JmllI6lx?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideos.files.wordpress.com%2FJmllI6lx%2Fleg-foot-protection-personal-protective-equipment-ppe-basics-full-hd1080p_std.original.jpg&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true For a little safety footwear humor, click here: http://www.gocomics.com/theargylesweater/2013/10/26 Protective footwear requirements are referenced in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 29. These references can be found in (1910.132) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) General Requirements or (1910.136) Foot Protection. According to 29 CFR 1910.132, PPE must be … Continue reading OSHA & ASTM Protective Footwear Requirements #Safety #Footwear
“What Do You Really Need In Your First Aid Kit?”
First Aid Cabinet When it comes to first-aid kits, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is not a micro-manager. The agency doesn’t tell you what supplies to include in your kit or even how many kits you should have. OSHA only says at 29 CFR 1910.151(b), that “adequate first-aid supplies shall be readily available.” … Continue reading “What Do You Really Need In Your First Aid Kit?”
Over Half of US Manufacturing Employees Plan to Leave Their Jobs in 2023: Survey
Surveyed factory workers cite PTO and high-tech facilities as top personal priorities for their workplaces. A new survey of factory workers by Austin, Texas-based business software company Epicor reveals that high turnover is likely to remain a major feature of the manufacturing sector through 2023 and that many frontline workers tend to see free time … Continue reading Over Half of US Manufacturing Employees Plan to Leave Their Jobs in 2023: Survey
Worried Residents Near Ohio Train Derailment Report Dead Fish and Chickens as Authorities Say it’s Safe to Return. – Residents Around East Palestine Fear They, Their Animals, and Water Sources Were Exposed to Hazardous Chemicals. TrainDerailment #ChemicalSpill #EPA #CommunitySafety
https://youtu.be/ry-jgGFRVCA By Aria Bendix and David K. Li For days, authorities have been telling residents of the area around East Palestine, Ohio, that it is safe to return home after a 150-car train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed Feb. 3. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said the chemical spill resulting from the derailment had killed … Continue reading Worried Residents Near Ohio Train Derailment Report Dead Fish and Chickens as Authorities Say it’s Safe to Return. – Residents Around East Palestine Fear They, Their Animals, and Water Sources Were Exposed to Hazardous Chemicals. TrainDerailment #ChemicalSpill #EPA #CommunitySafety
2023 Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction – May 1-5, 2023
https://youtu.be/ke1L_ROExdE Interested in joining the Campaign? Learn how to Get Involved! The Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction began in 2012 with construction industry stakeholders seeking a way to raise awareness. Falls from heights are the leading cause of injuries and fatalities in construction, with those coming disproportionately from small residential construction contractors. Falls kill … Continue reading 2023 Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction – May 1-5, 2023
Injured Driving To Work? Is It Recordable? #Safety
An injury sustained while an employee is traveling to or from work may be a recordable event under OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping standards, according to a letter of interpretation dated January 4, 2022,Under normal circumstances, employers are not required to record injuries that occur while an employee is commuting to or from work. But in some unusual situations, … Continue reading Injured Driving To Work? Is It Recordable? #Safety
I Asked “Chat GPT AI” To Write An Article About Workplace Safety. Here’s What I Got.
Workplace safety is an important issue in the United States. Employers have a legal and moral responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for their employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the federal agency responsible for enforcing workplace safety laws in the US. One of the most important aspects of … Continue reading I Asked “Chat GPT AI” To Write An Article About Workplace Safety. Here’s What I Got.
“The 12 Days of Christmas Safety”
We’re all, hopefully in a festive mood this time of year, so don’t let some safety mishaps ruin your Holiday Season! From Christmas trees and lights to candles, ladders, and holiday cheer, there are safety hazards everywhere this time of year. Taking a few safety precautions can keep the fire department away, allowing you to … Continue reading “The 12 Days of Christmas Safety”
UPS Drivers Are Dying Of Extreme Heat. The Company Doesn’t Care.
UPS Drivers Are Dying Of Extreme Heat. The Company Doesn't Care. UPS Drivers Are Dying Of Extreme Heat. The Company Doesn't Care.Shipping giant United Parcel Service is projecting $100 million in profits in 2022. That profit is made on the backs of the drivers who deliver hundreds of packages every day, to our homes and … Continue reading UPS Drivers Are Dying Of Extreme Heat. The Company Doesn’t Care.
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