Unfortunately, deadly falls in the workplace are common. And it's a real concern for those who are keeping our towns and cities running. These men and women are municipal workers. They're frequently ... Read More
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Are your workers properly equipped to protect against electrical shock, even when they're alone on the job site? There are risks that come with being a lone worker, especially when regularly dealing with electrical components. Electrical hazards are a challenge for many companies that send workers out on their own, but with careful planning, safe procedures, and the right equipment, you can keep your employees safe. ...Read More
If you're a lone worker, your gas detector is your only line of defense against harmful gases. You could put your life at risk if your gas monitoring equipment isn't calibrated regularly. ...Read More
The OSHA standard for The Control Of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) is put in place to ensure that employees do not cause any harm (to themselves and to others) while they are undergoing the important process of servicing and maintenance. There have been times when the neglect of simple lockout/tagout procedures yielded devastating results. It is one thing to have these lockout standards in place, and it is another thing to make sure that every employee is following these protocols to ensure safety. In order to achieve this, there a few practices that both employers and employees can take advantage of to help keep everyone safe. ...Read More
Toxic gases are sometimes invisible to the naked eye and can often only be detected with a gas monitor, but they can be harmful and potentially fatal. They pose one of the greatest threats to industrial workers, yet they're used in many different industries and workers are exposed to them every day. ...Read More