With the many changes occurring in the field of RIT technology, all firefighters and fire officers need to be up to speed on the new equipment and tactics that are becoming available in order to have a proficient, safe, and successful rapid intervention team.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread throughout the United States, U.S. OSHA and state OSHA departments are moving forward with enforcement of violations related to COVID-19. Keep compliant to avoid injury and penalties.
Baby, it’s cold outside. But for anyone who works outside or in a cold environment, this is no joke. You may be at risk for cold stress.
This case study examines two different welding PPE configurations being tested and the outcomes at a major shipbuilding facility.
The next cycle of the AFG-S grant program to purchase many types of light PPE opens on October 6th to volunteer fire departments and combination departments only and the application period will remain open until November 13th.
Learn more about how a weight distribution system (WDS) can help fall protection harnesses be more comfortable for those tasked with the dangerous job of working at height.
Consider what additional requirements and steps employers should be taking to help protect the health and safety workers on construction job sites.
Working in confined spaces can be dangerous, but learning how to identify and plan for the risks and hazards can help avoid injuries.
Find out more about how wearable sensors integrated into PPE can enhance existing safety program policies, practices, and procedures.
Read about silica exposure, the risks stone countertop fabrication workers are facing and important steps that can be taken to help protect them.