Foundry worker in heavy PPE

Heat itself is a hazard, but it also contributes to other incidents. Find out how and what you can do about it.

Office workers

Sound masking covers the sound of conversations nearby. Find out how this simple solution can make the workplace safer and more productive.

Foundry work

Heavy PPE isn't always optional and neither is hydration. Find out how to avoid dehydration while sweating it out in heavy gear.

Workers wearing facemasks

Too many employers and safety professionals focus on the safety numbers, not the factors that improve those numbers. Learn more about why that matters.

Industrial manufacturing worker wearing coveralls and respirator

Work being carried out in confined spaces, manufacturing facilities, or outdoors? That can increase the risk of dehydration. Find out what to do about it.

SJL Presents Jason Patton (3 Jason's, 1 Redbeard)

In this episode Jason M. and Jason L. are joined by Jason P. (Patton that is), who is the vice president of Fire Department Coffee. He's also and Facebook and...

Online training

The response to COVID-19 accelerated the adoption of e-Learning. What does this mean for safety?

SJL Presents Safety Snake Bite #2

In this episode JM takes us back to the first Relentless Safety story in which the villain "Craig" reigns terror upon workers. Find out what happened and how...

Hydrating at work is about more than just fluid intake

Fluid intake is only one factor in preventing dehydration. Find out what other factors play an important role.

SJL Presents ASSP 2020 Virtual!

In this episode, the SJL crew brings you content you cannot get on ANY OTHER safety podcast.Join us as we talk to ASSP CEO Jennifer McNelly and ASSP President Diana...

Safety News with Abby Ferri: June 1st Edition

If your Alexa is broken because your wife spilled coffee on it (JM typing here), then you probably don't have the means to hear your weekly safety news.Well, SJL has...

SJL Presents a #SocialMediaSafetyMinute No. 1

Check out some HOT summer safety tips in this quick take from Jason Lucas. It may be hot outside, but nothin's cooler than a #SocialMediaSafetyMinute.

Safety Talks #16 - Mask Safety: Vetting Your Distributors and Suppliers!

In episode 16 of Safety Talks Burk Shaw, Lisa Nash and Cary Usrey discuss the importance of vetting and getting to know our distributors or suppliers to ensure we are...

Two workers

Your employees should be safety leaders. It's not always possible to get to the scene on time, but you can make sure the people there know what to do.

SJL Presents Dan Snyder

In this episode, the crew continues diving into training with Dr. Daniel Snyder.Grab a cold one (or a cup of coffee) and a stick of beef jerky and join in.


Home office

As someone who has worked from home for the last seven years or so, I know that there are some important safety considerations even when you're not on a job site...

What PPE should I use when working at home?

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is your last line of defense against hazards. They're the protective articles you wear on your person (like safety glasses and...

What key points should I include in a safety talk about slips, trips, and falls?

Slips, trips, and falls are among the leading cause of injuries in the US, often resulting in sprains, strains, fractures, broken bones, or concussions.Millions of slips...

How can the right footwear help prevent slips, trips, and falls?

Wearing the wrong footwear can increase your chances of slipping or tripping. Injuries due to slips, trips, and falls cost the US billions of dollars each year and are...

Why are sodium and other electrolytes important for worker health and hydration?

In the conversation about hydration, the term "electrolyte" comes up often. It’s common knowledge that water is the key to proper hydration – so...

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