REDUCING THE RISK OF MANUAL MATERIALS HANDLING
Tasks such as carrying boxes or lifting crates lead to hundreds of thousands of injuries a year. Here are some steps you can take to assess the risks in your workplace and reduce this costly occupational hazard.
GUARDRAIL BASICS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
OSHA’s fall protection and guardrail requirements along with the International Building Code (IBC) are standards all builders, contractors and construction workers should follow for optimal building safety.
CONDUCTING AERIAL LIFT TRAINING
Mark Williams conducting Aerial Lift Training at Browning Chapman.
What is any work that involves burning, welding, using fire or spark producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition?
Safety Leadership: Time to evolve: What the modern safety program needs to address
Take a good look at your organization’s safety program and ask yourself, “Are we operating more like we’re in the past than truly responding to the safety needs of today?”
If so, it may be time to evolve.
IU ASSP STUDENT SECTION MEETING
Kristi VanSoest, MBA spoke to students about Behavioral Based Safety and the components of being a positive team leader.
Important Information Regarding Hurricane Florence and Clean up Crews
Downed power lines, flooding and storm debris are only a few hazards crews can face during clean up efforts.
SEPTEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER
When you consider what supplies you would need for three days after a natural disaster, first consider what emergencies are most likely to occur in your area. Prepare accordingly.