NEW YEAR, YOU AND SAFETY!
For safety professionals, the success of work-related resolutions could be the difference between a life and death situational hazard in the workplace. Safety and health should always come first when thinking about New Year’s resolutions. But how is the best way to do that?
PRECAUTIONS FOR A SAFE HOLIDAY SEASON
The Holidays are now upon us. It is a time when families are trying to gather and travel abroad is becoming more and more. Safety Resources urges you to take some precautions to ensure that you and your loved ones remain safe especially during the holiday season.
OSHA GUIDANCE ON CLOTH FACE COVERINGS
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published guidance on the use of cloth face coverings by working in hot and humid conditions while indoors. OSHA recommends that employers follow these practices to protect against the spread of COVID-19 and the risk of heat-related illnesses.
HOW TO TURN BACK TIME AND ADJUST
Fall is here, which means it is once again time to turn back time and adjust – that’s right folks, falling back an hour on Sunday November 1st means enjoying that extra hour of sleep! But what about our bodies adjusting to that extra hour?
2020 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY WEEK SEPTEMBER 14-18
This year’s theme is “Built on Safety”. This is an industry-wide education and awareness event for the construction industry. Companies are encouraged to participate to help raise awareness and importance of working injury free.
NIOSH WARNS OF COUNTERFEIT RESPIRATORS
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health says counterfeit respirators are being sold in the U.S. and the models, many of which are made in China, may not be capable of providing appropriate respiratory protection.