Blooming trees and flowers here in the South are the prelude to a long, hot, humid summer. Workers exposed to hot indoor environments, or hot and humid conditions outdoors, are at risk of heat-related illness. It’s important to have a heat prevention plan in place! Now is the time to begin preparing your workplace to keep the summer season safe and healthy.
We are always looking for resources that will help manufacturers make better products and keep their companies profitable.
With the end of winter and the beginning of spring upon us, severe weather safety can be a concern. Read about resources that can help you and your company stay secure when the winds blow wild!
Employers that have achieved a comprehensive safety and health management system can be recognized officially by OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program.
A reminder about OSHA's proposed new rule about reporting injuries and illnesses.
Looking at four OSHA priorities for 2014.
Let your voice be heard about new rules for electronic reporting of injuries and illnesses to OSHA.
How much thought have you given to cyber security threats and the risk to your business?
Plan now so you know what to do before, during and after an emergency, in order to ensure your business can avoid a significant interruption due to natural or human-made disasters.
The deadline is looming for compliance with the new OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
What was the legal responsibility of an employer during the time of government shutdown, when OSHA and its inspectors were furloughed?
OSHA expects everyone at your business who handles hazardous materials to have been trained on the new standard by December 1st. How far along are you?
Don’t take your eye off the Hazard Communication ball -- safety professionals have several items still on their HazCom to-do list!
Take precautions against inhaling the fine dust generated from cutting or sanding operations that may release crystalline silica, a known human carcinogen.
The deadline to comply with OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard is fast approaching!
The key for effective and safe response to any emergency is preparation.
In this episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" -- the fifth in our series, Will 3D Printing Doom Manufacturing, or Save It? -- we consider the issue of liability with respect to 3D-printed items.
As of today you have only 150 days left to comply with the revised Hazard Communication Standard if your company stores, handles, transports, processes, or disposes of hazardous materials.
Making note of a new training requirement from OSHA that affects every company.