Posts Tagged Safety
I am sad that I have to publish such a post, but given the recent events in Paris and now Southern California I think it is prudent to pay attention to such situations. A very timely article appeared in the blog The Art of Manliness written by Brett and Kate McKay. I am going to summarize some of the points they made in their blog and will then refer you to their writing for further explanation.
Retailers Should Prepare Now for Next Hot Season
Drones: More than Just a Buzzword for Business
How to Ensure Your Solitary Workers Are Safe
How to Use NIOSH's Health Hazard Evaluations
OSHA Releases All-in-One Training Resource for Employers
OSHA: Competent and Qualified Are Not the Same
When an Employee Has a Seizure-What Next?
OSHA Proposes Rule Clarifying Employers' Obligation to Record Injuries
OSHA Issues Inspection Directive for Revised HazCom Standard
How to Keep Employees Safe from Robots
Can Incident Management Software Replace Safety Professionals?
Follow These Best Safety Practices for Co-Employers
Who's Responsible Under OSHA's Multiemployer Citation Policy?
Texas Employers Have No Duty to Protect Against Obvious Dangers
Survey: Most Employees Feel Secure at Work
Can HR Help Prevent Shootings in the Workplace?
Employer, Safety Consultants Fined for Refusing OSHA Inspection