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Building a Better Training Culture for Protecting At-Height Workers

Sponsored by: When was the last time you audited your training procedures to make sure they were optimal for your at-height workers? It’s time to bring your safety education to new heights – starting with this webinar! You’ll learn how to integrate training into your culture and how that can benefit your workers, yourself, the […]

Harnessing the Future of Fall Protection

Sponsored by:   &     Falling from heights remains one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, of 1,008 deaths in construction in a recent year, 320 were due to falls from heights. In spite of all other efforts to protect workers, the proper use and […]

Smooth & Safe Operations: The Safety Leader’s Role in Business Continuity Planning

Sponsored by:   With COVID-19 response and planning for future pandemic response, safety professionals are adding business continuity planning to their area of responsibility. It’s a natural fit for a safety-minded professional, and an opportunity to prove their worth in holistic organization operations. The safety pro has the resources they need, and safety management systems […]

The ABCs of PPE: Assessing Workplace Hazards and Selecting the Right Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Your Facility

Sponsored by:  Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar Personal protective equipment (PPE) is the last resort in the hierarchy of controls, but it should still be considered top of mind for workers. Eye and face protection can make the difference between a near-miss and a life-changing injury—are you adequately prepared to protect employees? To ensure that your organization’s […]

What to Do If a Tragic Accident Occurs in Your Workplace

  Sponsored by    Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar   Any industry has the potential to experience a tragic accident—that is, a serious incident resulting in serious injuries, or, worse, one or more fatalities. As safety professionals, we are tasked with preparing our organization for emergencies and protecting them from risks. All of this means that while […]

Arc Flash Hazards: Using NFPA 70E to Protect Employees and Meet OSHA Electrical Safety Requirements

 Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar Sponsored by: Every year, more than 2,000 workers are treated for severe burns from arc flash incidents. These incidents are both devastating to the victims and costly for employers – in lost time, workers’ compensations and medical costs, and even potential OSHA citations. Violations of OSHA’s electrical safety standards – particularly after […]

COVID-19: OSHA/HR Requirements & Best Practices

COVID-19: OSHA/HR Requirements & Best Practices  Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar COVID-19 management in workplace settings has become incredibly complex, whether in high-risk sectors such as healthcare or in lower-risk but essential services and critical infrastructure businesses. OSHA, the EEOC, the CDC and state/local governments have continually revised their guidance for employers and  updated enforcement practices. Now, […]

Near Miss Reporting: 7 Visual Communication Tactics That Drive Employee Engagement

Sponsored by:  Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar No near miss reporting program can be successful without employees doing their part. Yet, many organizations share the same challenge: employee participation. Organizations that create a successful reporting culture do so by building a communication strategy focused on employee engagement. They develop a consistent, performance-focused approach and use all the […]

Smart Waste Management: New Research and Modern Solutions

Sponsored by:  Outlook/iCal  Google Calendar   All organizations, regardless of industry, have one thing in common: They all generate waste. In fact, this facet of the working world is so commonplace that too many executives and managers either overlook it altogether or treat it (literally) as a throwaway initiative—waste is just a cost of doing business.  […]

Accidents at Work: Understanding Post-Accident Drug Testing in the Age of Legal Pot Use

  Sponsored by: Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time Two things are clear: 1) Accidents in the workplace happen, and they can be expensive, and 2) the legality of marijuana in many states is complicating the common practice of post-accident drug testing. Many marijuana-friendly laws place restrictions on employers when it comes to taking […]