Still Have Questions About the Silica Construction Rule? OSHA Has Answers.

We help break down some of OSHA’s FAQ answers to help you achieve construction silica standard compliance.

OSHA Silica Construction Standard: What You Need to Know Now to Help Avoid Common Violations and Citations

Now that this regulation is fully in effect, learn more about the steps you should take to help avoid injuries, penalties and achieve compliance.

The Challenges of Construction Noise Exposure

Learn how to protect construction workers from hazardous noise while still allowing them to hear the critical sounds needed to perform their job safely and productively.

Reducing the Risks of Hearing Overprotection

Depending on the situation, too much noise reduction could have negative consequences.

Some Tips for Selecting a New Heavy-Duty Welding Helmet

Why change colors? The ability to change colors may help with the ability to see the weld puddle better.

Why Metal-Detectable Earplugs Can be Important in Food Manufacturing

Metal-detectable earplugs can help food-processing facilities quickly identify any food that has been contaminated by an earplug or cord.

The Surge for Tower Climbers to Build a 5G Network

The wireless industry is change, and it is changing fast. 5G, here we come.

An N95 Respirator and a Dust Mask Walk Into a Bar

There is a clear difference between a mask and a respirator.

What are Isocyanates? Respiratory Protection to Consider

The health effects associated with isocyanate exposure can include skin irritation, eye irritation, chest tightness and difficulty breathing; workers should use proper PPE.

Helping Prevent Accidents Between Forklifts and Pedestrians

Forklift accidents continue to be a concern on many work sites across the globe. The hard and unfortunate fact is forklift accidents result in approximately 20,000 injuries and 100 people being killed a year.1 Let’s explore some ways forklift and pedestrian accidents occur and how to help avoid injuries resulting from these accidents. The top causes of forklift and pedestrian accidents include:2 Operator and pedestrian negligence Speeding/rushing Distractions while operating a forklift or by the pedestrian Poor maintenance Environmental factors Engineering Controls Engineering controls to help prevent these accidents include separation techniques, such as building dedicated pedestrian aisle ways, interactive