“Stop, Think, Prevent” – “A New Workplace Safety Campaign Is Emerging” @StopThinkPrevnt

By: Marko Karr, CHST - "Stop, Think, Prevent" Program Author & Owner One is Too Many! I found myself thinking this today... In May of 2016, I proudly posted on LinkedIn how my company honored the National OSHA Stand Down Week for Fall Prevention. We are committed to reducing falls and improving the industry. The … Continue reading “Stop, Think, Prevent” – “A New Workplace Safety Campaign Is Emerging” @StopThinkPrevnt

“Samsung ‘Safety Truck’ Makes It Easier For Drivers To See The Road Ahead Before Trying To Pass”

It’s as simple as that: a wireless camera attached to the front of the truck, films the oncoming traffic, and sends the image to a video wall made out of four exterior monitors located on the back. This way, the driver stuck behind the vehicle can have a better understanding of whether is safe to … Continue reading “Samsung ‘Safety Truck’ Makes It Easier For Drivers To See The Road Ahead Before Trying To Pass”

“Safety Photo of the Day” – Bridge Strikes

   Bridge Strikes & GPS Why is FMCSA concerned about bridge strikes? Why is FMCSA concerned about truck and bus drivers’ use of GPS navigation systems? What is the penalty for failing to comply with a posted route restriction along a roadway? What tips is FMCSA providing for the safe use of GPS navigation systems? … Continue reading “Safety Photo of the Day” – Bridge Strikes

OSHA “Winter Storm Safety”

Winter storms create a variety of hazards and can have lingering impacts on everyday tasks and work activities. According to the National Weather Service, about 70 percent of injuries during winter storms result from vehicle accidents, and about 25 percent of injuries result from being caught out in the storm. Learning about how to prepare … Continue reading OSHA “Winter Storm Safety”

These People Whip Out Their Phones In A Movie Theater. They Never Saw It Coming! (Re-Posted Due to High Demand)

Here at EHS Safety News, we love stories that make a powerful point. This is just that. In less than 2 minutes, these movie goers will get an unexpected surprise. People really need to learn the true consequences of this message. How do you think you would have reacted to this? Comment below!

These People Whip Out Their Phones In A Movie Theater. They Never Saw It Coming!

Here at EHS Safety News, we love stories that make a powerful point. This is just that. In less than 2 minutes, these movie goers will get an unexpected surprise. People really need to learn the true consequences of this message. How do you think you would have reacted to this? Comment below!

“Safety Quick Tips” – Safety & Tech Resources By Grainger

Quick Tips Technical Resources provide information you can use to help make informed decisions about a variety of issues you face in your workplace every day. Find hundreds of FREE articles to help keep your workers safe, your business in compliance and your facility productive. Articles are categorized by topics below to help you find … Continue reading “Safety Quick Tips” – Safety & Tech Resources By Grainger

“The Riskiest Things Landscapers Do Every Day” Infographic

The BOLT Riskiest Things Landscapers Do Every Day Infographic explains through images the dangers of landscaping and lawn care that the landscaping industry faces every day taking care of your property to make it look amazing. Many of these risks are also present for those who do their own lawn care – which shows the … Continue reading “The Riskiest Things Landscapers Do Every Day” Infographic

OSHA Publishes Direct Final Rule On Standards Update To Rules On Signage

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBY1lI9SUOw Understanding OSHA's Safety Sign Standards Update For decades, OSHA's regulations for workplace safety signs were based on outdated formats that were not aligned with the latest safety communication standards and their state-of-the-art warnings technology. These sign and tag regulations had not been updated since their inception in 1971, which referenced the 1967 and 1968 … Continue reading OSHA Publishes Direct Final Rule On Standards Update To Rules On Signage

OSHA “Winter Storm Safety”

Winter storms create a variety of hazards and can have lingering impacts on everyday tasks and work activities. According to the National Weather Service, about 70 percent of injuries during winter storms result from vehicle accidents, and about 25 percent of injuries result from being caught out in the storm. Learning about how to prepare … Continue reading OSHA “Winter Storm Safety”