Your company’s safety program is only as good as the training you provide to your team. How else can you hold them accountable for upholding policies and procedures that are meant to protect them at work?
Workplace safety is a primary concern for any organization. To support your safety initiatives, it’s important to create safety guidelines for every worker to follow and encourage them to practice good habits while at work.
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.
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.
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.
Translating health and safety topics for your team can be a challenging part of any safety trainer’s job.
If you missed seeing Captain Phillips on the big screen, here’s the rundown of this real-life adventure story.
Every construction company wants its safety training to be effective, but how to achieve that effectiveness may look different to each company.
A new year is here, and there’s no better time to start something new in your EHS program. Use this time to take a closer look at what’s working well in your safety efforts, as well as incidents from the past year that might warrant improvements to your program.