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News and Trends

MSHA Issues New Rule for Proximity Detection

Detection systems are used to help protect miners from being crushed or pinned in confined underground mine spaces.

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OSHA Revises Construction Rules for Confined Spaces

Rule affects general contractors and specialty-trade and employers involved in residential construction.

Visual Communication

Create Multilingual Safety Signs & Labels

Google Translate lets users create multilingual signs and labels; the free tool can translate 90 different languages at your desktop or on your phone. Use it with Graphic Products solutions for multilingual messages that keep workers safe.

Safety

Last Line of Defense

Flame retardant coveralls only work if workers put them on before approaching the electrical circuit.

News and Trends

OSHA Clarifies Report Requirements

OSHA overhauled record-keeping updates at the start of 2015.

News and Trends

Canada Aligns to GHS

OSHA announced a continued partnership with Health Canada to align U.S. and Canadian regulatory approaches to labeling and classification requirements for workplace chemicals. The goal of the partnership is to implement a unified system allowing the use of one label and one Safety Data Sheet (SDS) that would be acceptable in both countries.

Visual Communication

What If Your Signs Aren't Working?

How do you know if your safety signs are getting ignored? Conduct a self-audit to see where you can incorporate the following psychological principles.

Safety

Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security

The small town of West, Texas, will never be the same after April 17, 2013, when the community was deeply shaken by a powerful explosion at the West Fertilizer Co.

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OSHA and Canada Partner for Chemical Labeling System

Canada and the United States have been working together to align their laws for classifying and labeling chemicals.

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OSHA Announces Confined Spaces Rule

In dangerous work environments, you can’t always see the light at the end of the tunnel. This month, OSHA issued a final rule to increase protections for construction workers in confined spaces.