Before attempting to reverse a negative safety culture, supervisors need to take a look at whether they are personally modeling the safe behaviors and attitudes they expect from their workers, and whether they are consistent in promoting safe behaviors.
Which of these 2 lockout arrangements complies with the OSHA rules–and which one violates them?
How well do you understand OSHA requirements for lockout tagout training?
The dictionary definition of “routine” is an “unvarying or habitual method of procedure.” But “unvarying” and “habitual” are qualities that hamstring the display of an equally important aspect of safety: the ability to think and react.
Although OSHA requires employers to protect workers from workplace violence, the actual rules can be confusing. Here’s an overview of the requirements and the measures you must implement to comply with them.
When a temp works at a dangerous work site, who’s responsible for his safety–the temp agency or the employer of the site where the temp is working?