Resource pages for "Workplace Safety"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
National Safety Council calls on employers to address psychological safety for workers, offers a variety of resources and tools as guidance
New American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) standard can help organizations keep workplace injuries, illnesses and other incidents from occurring in the first place.
OSHA is seeking comments related to the development of a final standard to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to Covid-19.
Workplace safety in America isn't all about Covid-19: A new study finds workers still worry about emergencies like cyberattacks, severe weather, significant outages, and workplace violence.
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.
Falls, slips, and trips cause more than 33% of the top 10 most disabling workplace injuries, according to the 2021 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index.
Five lessons on preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace that facility managers can learn from production studios.
Safety Labeling Solution pairs a Brother thermal transfer 4" printer with intuitive safety signage design software, as well as a variety of label, ribbon, color, and size options needed to create signage for safety standards and codes.
The Harwood Grants focus on targeted training, awareness, creation of safety programs for nonprofit organizations.
Enhanced, expanded measures apply to indoor and outdoor workplaces, are part of an interagency Biden-Harris administration effort to protect workers, communities.
The weeklong event, which recognizes effective workplace safety and health programs, begins Monday, August 9.
OSHA's Jim Frederick explains how the Department of Labor is helping workers through expanded OSHA training grants for non-profit organizations.
Since OSHA published a final rule on walking-working surfaces and PPE in 2016 that updated requirements for slip, trip, and fall hazards, the agency received questions asking when handrails are required, and about height requirements for handrails on stairs and stair rail systems.
Transitioning to an environmental health and safety culture focused on prevention and mitigation can keep your workers safer and save your organization money on insurance premiums, citations, and fines.
Do not buy that COVID-19 technology tool until you have asked these four questions.
How to ensure resilience in all ways for facilities to help make people feel safe.
Whether it's an HVAC system, a cooling system, or a hazardous gas found in petroleum production or mining, a leak presents substantial risks to employee safety.
Effective cleaning and communication are crucial across manufacturing facilities, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only magnified the need.
The Site-Specific Targeting (SST) Directive is OSHA’s primary targeting program for non-construction establishments with 20 or more employees.
The Quick collection of upholstered screens present a way to carve out private, protected spaces within open-plan environments.