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Employers have a responsibility to protect their workers from occupational hazards.
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British Pipe Marking: BS 1710
Meet pipe marking requirements in the UK by following the BS 1710 standard
Hierarchy of Hazard Control
Choose the best approaches to protect employees from workplace hazards using the hierarchy of hazard control.
OSHA 29 CFR 1910
Understand the framework of safety rules for American workplaces in OSHA's general industry regulations, 29 CFR 1910.
Understand OSHA and ANSI requirements for safety color codes to ensure consistency in your facility's visual communication.
Find out how this lean manufacturing strategy can benefit your facility by reducing waste in the production process
8 Ways to Control Noise Hazards
Understand how to determine when a noise is a hazard and get useful tips for eliminating noise hazards.
ANSI Cable Labeling Standards
Follow ANSI/TIA-606-B for labeling telecommunications systems in various facilities to improve safety and organization
5S Examples: Good and Bad
Get real-world examples of how 5S can succeed or fail, depending on circumstances and perspectives
5 Steps to OSHA-compliant Signs
Meet OSHA requirements for safety signage by following these 5 suggestions for compliance.
Process Cycle Efficiency
Find out how to calculate the value-added time in activities to identify waste and areas for improvements.