As the last two months of 2016 are upon us, we wonder how we got here so quickly. Is there a way to avoid being so busy and enable us to make some of that time available for other things? One way is to take the anxiety out of missing deadlines by using a compliance
By June 1st, all employers were to update alternative workplace labeling to GHS compliant labels on all chemicals in storage, update their Hazardous Communication (HazCom) programs and re-train employees to understand GHS pictograms and hazard warnings. However, if your program is not 100% compliant yet, you are not alone. According to a recent study conducted by
Emergency lighting, including exit signage, is subject to a 30-second test every month and an annual 90-minute test to ensure that the system will function correctly in the event of an emergency.
IF IT IS SO SIMPLE, WHY ARE THE STATISTICS SO SCARY? This post is based on an article written by David Kennedy which originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of Occupational Health & Safety. Based on OSHA statistics, almost two workers are killed each week in confined space-related accidents. That’s 92 deaths and nearly