Continuation of How to Improve Workplace Safety Managers that lead safety training will encounter someone who opposes all efforts to increase safety. No matter how ready you are with OSHA’s Training Guidance, someone may stand in opposition towards your efforts to change. Citizens Against Virtually Everything are people who oppose all change. It is your responsibility as … [Read more...] about Citizens Against Virtually Everything
Work environments where the potential risk of head injury is higher require hard hats. So that workers can protect themselves against falling or moving objects. From construction to electrical repair, workers need the protection that only functioning safety hard hats can provide. Since a hard hat is a personal protective equipment (PPE) worn daily, you may be wondering when … [Read more...] about When Should Hard Hats Be Replaced?
Health Effects from Contaminated Water in Eyewash Stations Eyewash Station Risks for Infection Eyewash stations are used in workplace environments where potential irritants could lead to eye injuries. By law, research laboratories, production facilities, and medical environments are required to have eyewash stations in place. While designed to keep workers safe, they could pose … [Read more...] about Eyewash Station Infection Risks
Under the right circumstances, virtually anything could become hazardous in the workplace. With sensible employee behavior and workplace conditions, however, the workplace hazards that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) warn against fall into just five main categories. We’ll review them below, and provide suggestions for mitigating dangers for each. #1: … [Read more...] about The 5 OSHA Workplace Hazards