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The future of the oil and gas industry is facing rampant change, and safety is part of the discussion. Several safety collaborations are already full-speed ahead to protect industry and the people who drive the engine.
Do all your workers understand the hazards of chemicals in your workplace? They should. That way they know what to do when working with chemicals and can avoid potential injury. Here are 7 ways to improve chemical safety management.
Workplace safety has come a long way, yet the number of workplace deaths is increasing. Worker's Memorial Day reflects on how far industry is come and where it is going for a safer future. Here are ways to improve safety to help prevent workplace deaths.
Personal protective equipment is the last line of defense, but it's also only as effective as a workplace's safety program. PPE goes beyond donning on something and moving along. Here are a few common mistakes and solutions for PPE.
Electrical substations truly have the power. In the wrong hands, that power is dangerous. That's why it's important to ensure safety and security inside buildings as well as outside on the grounds. Experts share their tips on effective management.
Falling objects and struck-bys are some of the most common job hazards that lead to injury or death in construction. Workers can eliminate the chance of being struck by falling objects by learning more about their causes and reinforcing safety best practices.
Facility upgrades, expansions, and redesigns have to consider a ton of factors to make them worthwhile and successful. Here are a few tips to getting the most out of those activities.
A recent injury report highlights contractor safety pain points. Here are several ways to mitigate these high-risk hazards and strengthen uptime.
In the past year, safety teams at industries throughout the U.S. have had to learn how to adapt through the coronavirus pandemic. For 2021, see how workers have learned from events to improve health and safety.
Forklifts and pedestrians in a busy workplace can sometimes lead to accidents. Yet, there are other important safety assessments that get overlooked. Here are easy and cost-efficient ways to fix them.