JANUARY 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
SRI Consultant Joe Kennedy will be providing a brief update on OSHA’s enforcement of the new Silica rules, as well as other new OSHA enforcement priorities taking effect in 2019.
DUMP TRUCK FATALITY INVESTIGATION
The Kentucky Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program is tasked with investigating fatalities and making recommendations to ensure they do not occur again.
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND RESOLUTIONS – ARE YOU READY?
Health and safety should always come first. Here are some resolutions that focus on workplace safety for the New Year.
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER WHEN TRANSPORTING COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS
Safety should always be the top concern when working around and transporting compressed gas cylinders.
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS SAFETY
During the Christmas season, we are all trying to outdo the neighbors by having the best-lit house on the block and busy hustling about participating in the annual festive family gatherings of meals and traditions. But we need to make sure we are still remembering to keep safety in mind.
OSHA COURT CASE SHOWS LIMITS ON SAFETY INSPECTIONS
An inspector investigating a worker injury was told to put a box over her head to avoid seeing other hazards.
REQUIREMENTS FOR LP GAS TANKS
Large LP Gas tanks require the proper labeling to communicate potential hazards.
KEEP THAT FRESHLY LAID GRASS GROWING SAFELY!
Earth Images worker observed spraying water on fresh grass, which was spread over the past few weeks.
RECYCLING PROGRAM GIVES SINGLE-USE GLOVES AND APPAREL A SECOND LIFE
“All you have to do is slap a sticker on a box, fill it up and the janitorial staff takes it away. Hopefully, this paves the way for people to develop a new mindset about recycling and sustainability - and shows how a little innovation can make it easy for all of us to do more.”