Infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly, such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. With an infographic you can communicate OSHA concepts and principles in an interesting and dynamic way that is proven to increase safety message retention.
Ever wonder what occupation or task has the highest rate of injury? How about the most common OSHA citations? Find out with this infographic…
An Arc Flash is an energy discharge that forms when a fault occurs in an electrical circuit. The arcing fault results in a tremendous amount of energy released as current owing through ionized air. It is not necessary to touch live components to sustain an arc ash injury. Arc Flash is NOT SHOCK
This infographic explains some of the facts and risks associated with tornadoes.
A visual overview of the safest US cities and most dangerous US cities to live and work in.
Most know that texting while driving is dangerous, but many do not fully grasp that having cellphone conversations while driving is equally dangerous.
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Find out which occupations are at most risk of bloodborne pathogen exposure with this infographic.
An MSD prevention process that works will reduce ergonomic risk factors and individual risk factors by putting controls in place.Take a look at this infographic. How proactive is your company about measuring and reducing MSD risk factors?
Some stats indicate that OSHA is is a bureaucratic agency that strangles businesses in red tape while failing it’s intended purpose to save workers lives. But other stats tell a different story – the story of an agency that reduces worker injury rates and saves businesses money. Both sides are presented in this compelling infographic.
Use this map to see what the texting and driving laws are in each state.
Download our latest infographic for alarming statistics on emergency preparedness.