According to the CDC, ladders account for nearly 20% of fall injuries in the workplace, which makes them one of the most dangerous items in your organization.
Last Friday, OSHA announced that $10.5 million in funds will be available for three Susan Harwood Training Grants. Applications for these grants must be submitted by midnight on Sunday, September 2nd, 2018.
Safety awareness might seem moot in many organizations. Most people know the general safety rules that apply to any work situation, even if they’re brand new to your company. They also sit through their fair share of safety training each year and are constantly reminded of rules and procedures via the OSHA posters on the break room walls.
Helmets, safety glasses, goggles, full body suits, respirators, gloves, ear protection – they all have different functions, but their goal is the same: to protect the wearer from potential health and safety hazards.
Safety and health is a cornerstone part of any operation. Businesses have a responsibility to create safe work conditions for their employees. They’re continually staying on top of industry statistics and evolving OSHA regulations to create better workspaces and mitigate health risks.
Whether you’re a fan of the hit show The Office or you’re too busy keeping people safe to watch TV, it’s hard to argue with their depiction of office safety training in one of their episodes.
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Translating health and safety topics for your team can be a challenging part of any safety trainer’s job.
You’ve made environmental, health and safety your career, but don’t be surprised if your team members don’t share your quest for knowledge and success.
Industrial safety isn’t just good for business – it’s critical to keep your workers safe, healthy, and happy.