Cannabis Industry Safety Concerns and PPE Considerations

Compliance with state OSHA standards requires continual oversight, planning, review and training, in addition to a comprehensive company safety program.

All Virtual Reality Training is Not Created Equal

When considering a VR investment you need to have the right hardware and software that will support your goals and provide an experience that is enjoyable for your workers.

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 aisleways, interactive signage,

What is Diacetyl? The PPE You Should Consider for Coffee Processing

Don’t worry. We aren’t here to tell you that you need to give up your coffee drinking. But, there are respiratory hazards coffee roasters and processing facilities should consider.

A Quick Primer on USP 800 and Respiratory PPE

Those just getting started or those who have not begun making preparation, these considerations may help make the process more manageable.

International Women’s Day: Embracing Authenticity

Being authentic and sharing your story with others, may be uncomfortable at times but it can be a critical factor in improving diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

OSHA Top Ten Violations: Are You on the List?

Now is a good time to check your job sites to see if training is up to date, signs are clearly marked and if personal protective equipment (PPE) should be upgraded and replaced.

Life on the Line: The Challenges and Rewards of a Lineworker Career

Today, linework is still one of the deadliest jobs in America. That’s because this kind of utility job exposes lineworkers to all types of hazards

Exiting Safely: Preparing for Confined Space Rescue/Retrievals

Incidents that prevent workers from self-rescue can occur in confined spaces due to ill-conceived attempts to rescue and retrieve others, but planning for a rescue can help prevent tragic results.

‘Cause it’s Gonna Get Loud!

Have you ever thought about the effect loud sound has on your hearing and what you can do to protect yourself from suffering hearing loss? You may not realize how many common noises you are exposed to that rise above recommended safe levels. More importantly, hearing damage is completely preventable.