For safety managers and site emergency response managers, gas detection is a key focus.
Multiple jobsite requirements must be considered when protecting workers’ hands.
As safety professionals, we must remember the magic numbers and remind employees of them to save lives.
Safety officers often talk about the importance of weather-specific PPE in summer, but proper PPE is just as important in the colder months.
Despite the risk of irreversible damage to health, one-third of noise-exposed workers report not wearing hearing protection.
There is no reason for hands and fingers to be less protected than the rest of the body.
Technology and digital platforms have evolved in ways to help protect employees.
You should be checking your tool lanyards to ensure they meet the requirements of ANSI/ISEA 121-2018.
Beyond fall protection systems, you can enhance the safety of your workers by using various forms of PPE.