Mid-Year Review of OSHA Developments

On July 22, 2021, the Partners from Conn Maciel Carey’s national OSHA Practice presented a webinar regarding the “2021 Mid-Year Review of Key OSHA …Mid-Year Review of OSHA Developments

In my #EHS #Safety experience, this pretty much says it all!

OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Rules: Top 5 Reasons to Get it Right and Employer Mistakes

On Wednesday, May 12th, Aaron Gelb, Amanda Strainis-Walker, Beeta Lashkari and Ashley D. Mitchell presented a webinar regarding OSHA’s Respiratory …OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Rules: Top 5 Reasons to Get it Right and Employer Mistakes

Requiem For A Stranger

Phil La Duke  Author: I Know My Shoes Are Untied! Mind Your Own Business. An Iconoclast’s View of Workers’ Safety.Lone Gunman: Rewriting the Handbook…Requiem For A Stranger

Update about the Chemical Safety Board

On Tuesday, March 16, 2021 from 1:00 P.M. to 2:15 P.M., join Eric J. Conn, Micah Smith and Beeta B. Lashkari for a webinar regarding “Update about …Update about the Chemical Safety Board

Drive Fear From The Organization

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As businesses feel the economic pinch of COVID many safety professionals are living in fear for doing their jobs

Phil La Duke
Author:
I Know My Shoes Are Untied! Mind Your Own Business. An Iconoclast’s View of Workers’ Safety.
Lone Gunman: Rewriting the Handbook On Workplace Violence Prevention
Blood In My Pockets Is Blood On Your Handsand contributor to 1% Safer,

Not that anyone has been keeping track, but I have been blogging on fewer and fewer occasions—mainly because there just isn’t much to say about safety in a world (and a field) seemingly completely unable to distinguish facts from uninformed opinion.  I’m used to the halfwits of safety puffing their chests out in righteous indignation when they feel the need to defend the slack-assed and slack-jawed people working in safety (not all people obviously, but if that just made you bristle then maybe you had better…

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U.S. Meat Plants Are Deadly as Ever, With No Incentive to Change – #EmployeeSafety #OSHA #COVID-19

Employees butcher pork at a Smithfield Foods Inc. pork processing facility in Milan, Missouri. - Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg Stephanie Morales was weighing her coronavirus symptoms against an 8-pound hunk of fancy steak. That Saturday in April, her bosses at the JBS meatpacking plant in Cactus, Texas, had promised their 3,000 employees that anyone who worked … Continue reading U.S. Meat Plants Are Deadly as Ever, With No Incentive to Change – #EmployeeSafety #OSHA #COVID-19

“7 Stupid Reasons People Get Hurt At Work” – “Infographic” #Safety

“It’s Official: ASSE to Become American Society of Safety Professionals” #Safety

Following the outcome of a historic membership vote, ASSE will become the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) next year when it launches a redesigned website in conjunction with Safety 2018. ASSE's logo will undergo small adjustments to reflect the new ASSP acronym as well. Over a 45-day period that ended Aug. 13, ASSE members cast … Continue reading “It’s Official: ASSE to Become American Society of Safety Professionals” #Safety

“Workplace Injuries By The Numbers” – Infographic” #Injuries #Workplace