Which Mask Works Best? We Filmed People Coughing And Sneezing To Find Out #FaceMasks #COVID19 #FaceMaskEffectiveness #UNSW

"A high-speed camera captures how different types of face masks work." Which mask works best? To visualize droplets and aerosols, the University of New South Wales researchers used an LED lighting system & a high-speed camera, filming people coughing and sneezing in different scenarios — using no mask, 2 different types of cloth masks, and … Continue reading Which Mask Works Best? We Filmed People Coughing And Sneezing To Find Out #FaceMasks #COVID19 #FaceMaskEffectiveness #UNSW

Many Social Media Videos Present Flawed Testing on Wearing Face Masks & Oxygen Levels – #FaceMask #Covid19 #FactCheck #FalseClaims

A screenshot of the video is posted above and here is the YouTube Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdrEjCeZqlA This video and many others like it are popping up on Facebook, YouTube, and other social media sites and are very misleading to the public and those of us wearing face masks during this pandemic. The article below addressed … Continue reading Many Social Media Videos Present Flawed Testing on Wearing Face Masks & Oxygen Levels – #FaceMask #Covid19 #FactCheck #FalseClaims

“Get The NIOSH and OSHA Heat Safety App for Indoor & Outdoor Workers” #HeatSafety #HeatStress

An updated app for smartphones and other mobile devices can help workers stay safe when working outdoors in hot weather. The free app was redesigned by CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), along with the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The OSHA-NIOSH Heat Safety Tool mobile app, … Continue reading “Get The NIOSH and OSHA Heat Safety App for Indoor & Outdoor Workers” #HeatSafety #HeatStress

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Guidance to Ensure Uniform Enforcement of Silica Standards – #OSHA #SilicaExposure

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued a compliance directive designed to ensure uniformity in inspection and enforcement procedures when addressing respirable crystalline silica exposures in general industry, maritime, and construction. The new directive provides OSHA compliance safety and health officers with guidance on how to enforce the silica … Continue reading U.S. Department of Labor Issues Guidance to Ensure Uniform Enforcement of Silica Standards – #OSHA #SilicaExposure

MNA and NNU Renew Call for Halt of COVID-19 Mask Decontamination Processes After UMass Scientist Questions Safety of Re-Used Masks Due to Lack of Rigorous Testing – #NNU #Nurses #COVID19 #PPEDecontamination

National Nurses United PPE Decontamination Statements and Materials Beginning in March 2020, many hospitals and other healthcare employers have turned to decontaminating single-use N95 respirators to be reused multiple times, given reports of PPE shortages. Several states have now begun reopening but have not taken substantial action to increase PPE production. Instead, states and employers … Continue reading MNA and NNU Renew Call for Halt of COVID-19 Mask Decontamination Processes After UMass Scientist Questions Safety of Re-Used Masks Due to Lack of Rigorous Testing – #NNU #Nurses #COVID19 #PPEDecontamination

Virginia poised to create first pandemic workplace safety mandates in nation, as Trump labor agency sits on sidelines – #Safety #COVID19 #OSHA

A Tyson Foods Inc., poultry processing plant is seen on the Eastern Shore in Temperanceville, Va. (Steve Helber/AP) The governor’s office said the rules were prompted in large part by the lack of enforcement by the federal agency tasked with upholding workplace safety, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. By Eli Rosenberg  June 24, 2020 … Continue reading Virginia poised to create first pandemic workplace safety mandates in nation, as Trump labor agency sits on sidelines – #Safety #COVID19 #OSHA

Face Mask Exemption Cards – Don’t Fall For Them – #COVID-19 #FaceMasks #PPE

By Pam Sheirer Wilkinson I've now seen a couple of versions of these cards floating around. As someone with both OSHA and ADA experience, I am telling you these cards are bogus and the resources the Freedom to Breath Agency (FTBA) website listed on one of the cards includes information from OSHA that while correct, … Continue reading Face Mask Exemption Cards – Don’t Fall For Them – #COVID-19 #FaceMasks #PPE

Video – “Safety Leadership Explained By Former Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill” – #Safety #Leadership

In 1987, Paul O'Neill Gave his first speech as to shareholders as CEO of Alcoa. What did he talk about? .......He talked about "Safety" "Every year, numerous Alcoa workers are injured so badly that they miss a day of work," O'Neill continued. "Our safety record is better than the general American workforce, especially considering that our … Continue reading Video – “Safety Leadership Explained By Former Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill” – #Safety #Leadership

“OSHA Recordkeeping Mistakes Are More Costly Than Ever”

Under OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping rule at 29 CFR Part 1904, most employers are required to maintain records of work-related injuries and illnesses their employees incur. (Very small employers and employers in certain low-hazard industries are exempt.) These requirements are not new; however, many organizations struggle to understand and apply all the nuances of … Continue reading “OSHA Recordkeeping Mistakes Are More Costly Than Ever”

“Safety Comics Of The Day – Santa Style 2018 – Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!” #HolidaySafety

Merry Christmas & Hopefully A Happy New Year To All & Thank You For Visiting My Website in 2018! Check Out Our Free Safety Resource Section For Free Safety Information  & PowerPoint Downloads!  Jack Benton, Chicago, Illinois - EHS Safety News America® 2018  Contact me below!