Everyone knows arc flash is dangerous and the hazards that come with electrical work. However, sometimes simple mistakes are made, which can be costly on many levels. Here are a few tips to be mindful of to keep workers and workplaces safe, compliant, and efficient.
OSHA's Safe + Sound Week is set for Aug. 12-18 this year. The nationwide effort uses events, activities and social cheerleading to galvanize organizations of all sizes in a wide range of industries around one topic: workplace safety. OSHA's goal is to rally support.
For five years, Graphic Products has been a participant in the Take Your Dog to Work Day event. The day gives workers a chance to show off their furry friends to one another and it allow their dogs to see where their human spends their time away from home.
As a manufacturer and wholesaler of flags and banners, Valley Forge Flag has been in business for more than 130 years. This mass production of sports, government, school, and other patriotic insignia takes diligent craftsmanship. Valley Forge Flag talks about its history as well as its safety.
Each year, nearly 80,000 private sector administrative workers suffer on-the-job injuries. With June named by the National Safety Council (NSC) as National Safety Month, here are six smart fixes, beyond simple ergonomics, that can help make any office safer.
National Forklift Safety Day is the second Tuesday in June. The day serves as a focal point for manufacturers to highlight safe use of forklifts and the importance of operator training. In turn, this encourages safer behavior in warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants.
While pulling boxes from a line where a conveyor system meets up with a roller line, one worker was caught and severely injured. Conveyor systems help increase productivity but workers must work safely around them. Workplaces can use simple safety best practices to minimize downtime for efficiency.
Unknown chemicals were inhaled by a warehouse employee during a grocery story remodel in Florida. Since then, he has had numerous visits to the emergency room for headaches, nausea, and other ailments.