Author Archives: Rachel L.

Understanding the GHS and HAZCOM for safer workplaces

Workplaces with potentially harmful chemicals should stay in strict compliance with the latest HAZCOM guidelines. If your organization’s facilities contain potentially harmful chemicals, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Hazard Communication Standard is a major part of both compliance and … Continue reading

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Communication Skills: Valuable for Every Employee

It’s hard to imagine a more universally relevant “soft skill” than communication. No matter the context, the ability to get ideas across is invaluable to doing business, helping ease the friction between stakeholders and ensure various parties stay happy and … Continue reading

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Inspiring Great Employee Performance with Managerial Feedback

Giving feedback to employees is a concrete skill that managers can sharpen through training. Managers have many roles in guiding their workplaces’ day-to-day operations and keeping employees on track, but one of the most impactful of these duties is providing … Continue reading

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Stay Safe and Compliant with Video-Based Lockout/Tagout Training

Lockout/tagout procedures are essential parts of safety planning at any workplace involving powered machinery  The lockout/tagout procedures employees must follow when performing maintenance on powered machinery are some of the highest priority regulations affecting companies today. If your workers ever … Continue reading

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Refresh Training to Ensure Compliance with EPA Guidelines

Complying with EPA regulations requires focus, dedication and training. Companies dealing with potential pollutants in their daily operations are required to be careful, keeping the hazardous substances from damaging the nearby environment. Businesses working with petroleum products fall into this … Continue reading

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