Category: Training

Training is the number one element in accident, incident, and illness avoidance. Check the articles here frequently for the latest and best tips on techniques, trends, programs and equipment. We offer explanations for group, one-one, or self-directed situations, in both general and specific work activities. Your training will be both easier and more effective if you do.

Developing Your Most Valuable Industrial Stormwater BMP: Employee Training

With all of the high-tech and innovative stormwater control gadgets on the market these days, facilities often overlook one of the most fundamental and affordable best management practices (BMPs): employee training. Most industrial stormwater permits require at least annual employee training, and it has become one of the most common and costly permit violations. In […]

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Active Shooter Training for Workers

An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms, and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

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Fall Protection Training for General Industry: Don’t Delay Compliance

With the implementation of many new federal rules delayed, under review, and even repealed by Congress, it’s easy to understand how employers could become lax about compliance with new requirements. But not all new rules are delayed or under review at this time, and affected employers should probably maintain an awareness of the rules whose […]

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Join OSHA’s Stand-Down This Week to Stand Up for Safety

Deaths from falls are preventable. That’s the bottom-line message of OSHA’s Fourth Annual National Fall Prevention Stand-Down, taking place May 8–12. Join employers across the country in raising awareness that could lead to improved practices and fewer incidents.

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Fourth Annual Fall Prevention Stand-Down Coming in May

On May 8-12, OSHA will hold its fourth annual National Fall Prevention Stand-Down. Aimed at raising awareness of fall hazards in the construction industry, OSHA describes the event as “an opportunity for employers to have a conversation with employees about hazards, protective methods, and the company’s safety policies and goals.” Keep reading to find out […]

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Four Key Tips for Workers When Confronted by Workplace Violence

Let’s say you have your workplace violence prevention plan in place, and you are conducting the training outlined in your plan. Part of the plan should include strategies for your workers to avoid harm. Here are four key tips to offer your workers should they be confronted with violence at your facility.

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Train Your Workers to Prevent Workplace Violence

All your employees should be trained so that they are aware of the potential security hazards at your facility and the means to protect themselves and coworkers. The training should include your workplace violence and prevention program and the procedures and practices to follow in the event of a violent incident.

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Is Your Safety Trainer OSHA-Authorized?

If you hire or employ a trainer to round out your comprehensive safety training program, make sure that your trainer is OSHA-authorized. Otherwise, why spend the money?

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OSHA’s Antiretaliation Program Guidelines: Recommended Training

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) approach to investigating whistleblower complaints—something it is authorized to do under 22 separate government standards—is very similar to its approach to investigating reports of reported safety and health compliance issues. In issuing its recent guidelines for establishing antiretaliation programs, OSHA outlines program elements that will look very familiar […]

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