Category Archives: OSHA

4 Safety Blind Spots to Consider in Your Office

Working in an office environment doesn’t present the same obvious dangers as staffing a factory floor or a construction site. This may lead to complacency on the part of managers. Accidents in the workplace may occur at any time, but … Continue reading

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Power Tool Safety: Is Your Company Up To Standards?

Are your employees using power tools in a safe and approved manner? Power tools are a curious part of any professional environment. They’re so common and integral to day-to-day tasks that it’s easy to take them for granted. However, that … Continue reading

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OSHA PPE Requirements: A Quick Refresher

What do OSHA’s personal protective equipment requirements entail for today’s workplaces? Protecting employees takes many forms, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) rules therefore call on companies to perform several roles. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is an important … Continue reading

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Don’t neglect ladder safety training

Ladders seem like simple, everyday items but they’re governed by specific and important OSHA rules. Ladders are a special category among workplace equipment with specific security instructions. On one hand, it’s clear how they can pose a threat to employee … Continue reading

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Remembering the importance of lockout/tagout excellence

Lockout and tagout machine-guarding procedures are vital safety measures, but they are sometimes overlooked. Keeping a company in compliance with industry regulations over time should be a priority for managers at various levels: from the C-suite to individual team leaders and … Continue reading

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