Do you know the difference between what is considered construction or maintenance? The type of work performed dictates what standards you need to follow. Use this infographic to find out if your task is considered construction or maintenance.
From back pains to musculoskeletal disorders and hearing problems to stress, a variety of health conditions can arise from the line of duty depending on the nature of the job and the effort from management to address health risks adequately. This infographic from Easy Life Cover has an overview of common workplace illnesses and injuries, […]
The summer months are upon us, and the heat can make outdoor work hazardous. Keep your employees safe in the sun with this easy to read infographic on hydration safety from Ving.
This infographic provides information as to options that still allow the use of a paper manifest after the electronic manifest (e-Manifest) system launches on June 30, 2018.
Use this infographic to help you plan your Safety Stand-Down event. Click here to watch! Watch BLR’s webinar, Fall Protection: Complying with OSHA’s Newly Released Final Rule Following ANSI Z359, on-demand. You’ll learn how to: Interpret how ANSI Z359 and OSHA’s fall protection rule are related Develop and implement programs for the new OSHA rules […]
It’s Global Asbestos Awareness Week—check out this infographic from the Mesothelioma + Asbestos Awareness Center (MAA) for valuable information regarding this persistent environmental, health, and safety hazard.
Drug testing is an issue that is getting trickier every day, especially for safety professionals. Use this infographic to help you know when you should conduct a post-accident drug test. Click here to register! Join us on Friday, March 30, for BLR’s webinar, Opioids and Marijuana in the Workplace: Strategies for Post-Accident Drug Testing, Managing […]
Use this infographic to learn about rooftop fall hazard protection for general industry.
Will you be ready when disaster strikes? This infographic will help you prepare for potential emergencies at your business.
Determining whether an injury or illness must be recorded on your OSHA 300 Log can be tricky, to say the least. Follow the steps on our flowchart as it guides you through OSHA’s criteria for recordable cases.