OSHA, or The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is the main federal agency charged with the enforcement of safety and health legislation.
ARMA Celebrates 66 Accident Prevention Contest Winners
Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association's annual Accident Prevention Contest recognizes asphalt roofing manufacturing facilities for workplace safety, specifically low incident rates among workers.
Do You Have A Safety Story To Share? Nothing Is Everything.
Red Wing Shoe Company is honoring safety professionals who protect workers every day by saying "Thanks For Nothing!"
OSHA Launches National Emphasis Program To Prevent Falls
New OSHA initiative to reduce and prevent workplace falls — a leading cause of workplace fatalities — aligns enforcement, outreach efforts to protect workers.
OSHA Launches “Beat The Heat” Contest
OSHA's "Beat the Heat" contest seeks to educate workers and employers about the dangers of excessive heat, motivate action to prevent heat illness.
ASSP Publishes Third Edition Of Safety Professionals Handbook
The Safety Professionals Handbook has become a standard reference guide for safety professionals and students across all industries.
Want To Make Facilities Safe For Employees’ Return To The Office? Improve IAQ.
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the most critical steps facility managers can take to mitigate employee concerns and maintain a healthy workspace.
OSHA Expands Training Institute Education Center Network
OSHA has extended the safety and health training opportunities if offers throughout the U.S. by adding a new organization to its OTI Education Centers.
Keep Employees Safe On The Hottest Days Of The Year
High heat and longer hours put construction workers in increased danger of suffering a heat-related illness or accident while on the job.
The Perils Of A Paper Permit System
A Permit to Work system ensures that only qualified people are working on a task, which helps keep everyone in a facility safe.
How To Prevent Slips, Trips, And Falls
Knowing where accidents may happen is the first step to reduce these risks.
Workplace Safety Scholarships For University, Trade School Students
Applications for 360training's Workplace Safety Scholarship Program can be submitted until August 17th, 2022.
Arc Flash And Electrical Safety Services From Master Lock
Master Lock Company's Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Services help companies of all sizes mitigate electrical hazards and achieve regulatory compliance.
OSHA Introduces Measures To Protect Workers From Extreme Heat
Enhanced, expanded measures apply to indoor and outdoor workplaces, are part of an interagency Biden-Harris administration effort to protect workers, communities.
The Future Of The Cleaning Industry
As we enter a new era, it’s important to analyze your role and reevaluate your cleaning strategy.
Cooling Solutions Feature: OSHA, Heat Exposure, And Worker Safety
Building owners and operators need an effective cooling strategy to protect workers from excessive heat exposure.
OSHA Seeks Input On Protecting Healthcare Workers From Covid-19
OSHA is seeking comments related to the development of a final standard to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to Covid-19.
OSHA Announces More Than $3M In Workplace Safety Grants
The U.S. Department of Labor will award $3.2 million in Susan Harwood grants for workplace safety and health training on infectious diseases, including COVID-19.
NACOSH To Hold Two Public Meetings This Month
The National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health will meet on Feb. 22; Heat Injury and Illness Work Group will gather Feb. 25.
Breaking News: SCOTUS Blocks Biden’s Workplace Vaccine, Testing ETS
The Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration does not have the authority to impose workplace vaccine or testing requirements, blocking an OSHA ETS.
ASSP Sees Uncertainty In Workplace Fatality Report
Despite the reported decline in fatal work injuries, a worker still lost their life due to a work-related injury every two hours in 2020.