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!
Safety App of the Day “LiftRight℠ from EMC Insurance Companies”
This free app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices makes it easier than ever to use the NIOSH Lifting Equation to analyze the safety of lifting tasks. Just enter your lift data and let LiftRight perform the calculations for you. Illustrated measurement guide helps you measure accurately Calculates multipliers, recommended weight limit (RWL) and … Continue reading Safety App of the Day “LiftRight℠ from EMC Insurance Companies”
Download Free “Safety Photo of the Day” Screensaver – Windows PC
"Why Lock - Out, Tag- Out is vitally important!" Download your Free "Safety Photo of the Day" screensaver at the link below or in the Box.net files to the right side of this page. This is Virus Free and for Windows OS only. Each photo and cartoon will give you and those around you … Continue reading Download Free “Safety Photo of the Day” Screensaver – Windows PC
An EHS Regulatory Library, in Your Pocket! – New App For iPhone, iPad – Get Yours Now!
An EHS Regulatory Library, in Your Pocket! For 'on-the-go' EHS professionals, the Dakota EHS Pocket Guide provides a searchable, plain-language digest of U.S. federal Environmental, Health, and Safety regulations right on your iPhone or iPad. Users can search by keyword or use the topical citation list to review the regulatory digest and link to … Continue reading An EHS Regulatory Library, in Your Pocket! – New App For iPhone, iPad – Get Yours Now!
Safety Overseas Series: “In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad”
http://video.nytimes.com/video/2012/01/25/business/100000001313019/made-in-china.html By CHARLES DUHIGG and DAVID BARBOZA - Published: January 25, 2012 Color China Photo, via Associated Press An explosion last May at a Foxconn factory in Chengdu, China, killed four people and injured 18. It built iPads. A JOB TURNS DEADLY Aluminum dust from polishing iPads caused the blast at Foxconn's plant in … Continue reading Safety Overseas Series: “In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad”
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