Can Technology Make Safety Simpler and More Effective?

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Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article Can Technology Make Safety Simpler and More Effective? Can Technology Make Safety Simpler and More Effective? We surveyed 517 environmental, health & safety professionals to find out. We wanted to know how they: Conduct their safety programs and processes; Interact […]

OSHA Embraces Leading Indicators

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OSHA Embraces Leading Indicators Safety Reports apps can be used to track these indicators to improve safety and health outcomes in your workplace! Many employers track their injury or illness rates using lagging indicators. Lagging indicators are useful because they can alert an employer to a safety and health program failure that may be causing […]

New ANSI Link

Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article New ANSI standard covers MEWP design, training & safe use by Rick Smith, ISHN, July 12, 2019 As equipment in the access industry continues to evolve, so too must the safety standards the industry relies upon. It’s imperative for machine […]

OSHA Leading indicators

Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article Using Leading Indicators to Improve Safety and Health Outcomes Leading indicators can play a vital role in preventing worker fatalities, injuries, and illnesses and strengthening other safety and health outcomes in the workplace. Leading indicators are proactive and preventive measures […]

Aldrich: Drone Technology

Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article Aldrich Post Drone Technology: Improving Construction Site Safety from the Air by Daniel McGunnigle, CPA, Aldrich, November  14, 2018 A new piece of safety equipment is starting to become commonplace on construction sites around the world. However, it’s easy to […]

Where Construction Firms Are Finding Value-FMI

Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Where Construction Firms are Finding Value 2020 FMI Industry Report FMI conducted a Procore-sponsored industry study to examine the top challenges facing construction today and how firms are leveraging technology to combat them. Read Full Report The industry’s top concerns for success, […]

AAD Survey Finds Most Know Sun Protection is Important, Yet Many Aren’t

Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article New American Academy of Dermatology Survey Finds Most Americans Know Sun Protection is Important, Yet Many Aren’t Protecting Themselves As more Americans head outdoors for warmer weather and fresh air amid “shelter-in-place” measures, dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology […]

Safety + Health 2020 Training Survey

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Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article The Safety+Health 2020 Training Survey This month, Safety+Health presents the results of our 2020 Training Survey. The survey was conducted in March, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was taking a major hold in the United States. It would have been […]

Impact of Decisions

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Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Impact of Decisions Professional Safety July 2020 Article — Dwight J. Grimmer Many years ago, early in my career, I worked on a farm in southern California. During my first day on the job, the farmer issued me a new tractor and […]

Court Rejects Lawsuit to Issue an Emergency Temporary Standard

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Protect your workers and community through this outbreak & checkout our covid-19 resources Safety Article From Safety+Health Magazine Court Rejects AFL-CIO Lawsuit to Force OSHA to Issue an Emergency Temporary Standard on Infectious Diseases Washington — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on June 11 rejected an AFL-CIO lawsuit calling on the Department of […]