This desire for measurement and feedback—for keeping score–is critical to how we live our lives. It is also the key to the success of our safety program.
The easiest way to think about this system is to think of A-B-C.
Here’s a Model ECP you can use to create your own ECP—or judge if the ECP you currently use is compliant with BBP requirements.
Here’s what your workers need to know to safely work with two key electrical hazards: high voltage and arc flash.
Here’s a form you can adapt and use at your workplace to perform an effective records review.
These 13 OSHA FAQs that can help you determine if injuries and illnesses are work-related and thus recordable—assuming they meet other recording criteria.
The best way to protect your workers and your business is to expect the unexpected. Use this booklet to guide you when immediate action is necessary.
Refresh your ladder safety knowledge with this guide to OSHA ladder safety designed to keep you compliant with current regulations.
As with any other set of hazards or equipment, controlling machine hazards starts with an assessment of the hazards involved. Here’s an overview of how to conduct such a hazard assessment for machine guarding.
Refusing to perform the work assigned is a form of insubordination justifying discipline and perhaps termination. At least it is in most cases. When refusal to work is rooted in a legitimate concern for health and safety, the issue becomes more complicated. Here’s an overview …