On episode 190 of EHS On Tap, Shawn Smith, Product Director, Training and Content, KPA, talks about the benefits of mobile safety training for employees.
When you investigate safety and health incidents, do you also investigate near misses? Here’s what you need to know about near-miss reporting and how it can be used to improve safety systems, hazard control, risk reduction, and to educate employees.
On episode 189 of EHS On Tap, Todd Schultz, chief administrative officer, state of Nevada Safety Consultation and Training Section, talks about Nevada’s efforts to help businesses improve workplace safety.
Are you prepared for winter workplace hazards caused by cold temperatures and seasonal precipitation like freezing rain, hail, or snow? Here’s what you need to know about winter hazards and how to take precautions to prevent injury to outdoor workers.
On episode 188 of EHS On Tap, Beemal Vasani, head of commercial strategy and business development at Ansell, talks about the growth of wearables and connected PPE.
On episode 187 of EHS On Tap, Dr. Andrew MacPherson, clinical professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of British Columbia, talks about dealing with cold weather work hazards.
As we wrap up 2023, we’re taking a look back at some of our highlights from this year. Here are some more of our favorite infographics from the past 12 months.
As we wrap up 2023, we’re taking a look back at some of our highlights from this year. Here are some of our favorite infographics from the past 12 months.
On episode 186 of EHS On Tap, Amy Roosa, founder and CEO of The Safety Rack, talks about the need for properly fitting PPE for women.
Could you find yourself looking at a “tripledemic” of COVID-19, influenza, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the workplace this winter? Are you ready? Here’s what you need to know about preparing for the seasonal flu. Check out our Back to Basics: Prepare Now for a ‘Tripledemic’ of Respiratory Illnesses article for more information.