Tag Archives: OSHA

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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Companies must stay aware of OSHA rule changes

OSHA issues updates to its industry-defining rules periodically. Here are two recent changes to take note of. Complying with the rules and regulations set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is essential for companies of all industries, sizes and descriptions. … Continue reading

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Recognizing and coping with workplace hazards

Recognizing hazards in the workplace and preparing to deal with them are key processes for all companies today. Hazards in the workplace take many forms. Unless employees have been trained to recognize and avoid these dangers, they may inadvertently increase … Continue reading

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Preventing workplace back injuries

Back injuries can be debilitating for employees and costly for companies – so what are the best ways to counter and prevent them? A back injury in the workplace can be a life-altering event for a worker. No company wants to … Continue reading

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