How to fit a full body safety harness

Full body harnesses keep workers safe at heights, but only if it is properly fitted. Find out the right way to don one.

New hearing protection tech

Hearing protection is about more than just earplugs and earmuffs. Find out how new tech is improving hearing PPE.

Replenishing electrolytes at work is essential for safety and productivity

Electrolytes need to be replenished throughout the work day. Find out what they do for your body and how to keep your electrolyte levels up.

Indoor hot works

Did you know that indoor and outdoor heat aren't the same? Find out how they differ and what it means for worker safety.

Workplace wellness programs

Are workplace wellness programs effective? Find out how your company can benefit from implementing one.

Basic first aid instructions for common workplace injuries

Knowing how to treat specific injuries doesn't come naturally. Here are tips for how to administer first aid for the most common occupational injuries.

YouTube safety fails

You can learn a lot from YouTube videos, and not just the educational ones. Check out these safety fails and the lessons we can get from them.

The dropped object standard is in effect - here's what you need to know

ANSI's new dropped object standard is already in effect - are you in compliance? Find out what you need to know about it.

Impact-resistant gloves should provide dorsal hand protection

Dorsal hand impact protection is a new frontier in hand protection PPE. Find out why it matters and what you need to know about it.

Concerns for EHS managers implementing safety software

EHS managers have a lot on their plates when implementing new software systems. Find out what you need to worry about before and during the installation.

Hazards vs. Dangers: Do You Know the Difference?

Hazards and danger are not the same, but they are related. Knowing the difference will help improve your safety protocols and prevent future workplace injuries.

Muster point information

Learn what makes a good muster point and how to find the ideal location for your crew during an emergency.

How to encourage incident reporting

Safety initiatives only work if incidents are reported consistently and accurately. Find out how to get employees to report incidents and near misses.

LOTO for manufacturing

With all the heavy and complex equipment involved, lockout/tagout is a critical process across manufacturing. Find out how to design an effective LOTO program.

Common electrical hazards

Electrical shock accounts or a high number of injuries and fatalities. Find out how to combat them on the worksite.


What are some good ways to replenish electrolytes at work?

Electrolytes are crucial for basic bodily functions. They interact with the body's cells to support the natural electrical impulses that make your neurons fire and...

Welding work

Welding presents various hazards, many of which specifically put the welder's hands at risk. According to guidelines from both OSHA and ANSI, gloves used for any...

What is dorsal hand impact resistance (IR) protection?

Hand protection is high on the list for important PPE, especially since we use our hands so frequently and it's difficult to perform almost any work task without...

Does anyone other than equipment operators need to be trained in lockout/tagout?

Absolutely! Lockout/tagout (LOTO) is an administrative control system that protects workers from harm while working with, on, near, or in contact with an energized...

What should I do if I have heat stress?

Heat stress occurs when the core temperature increases so significantly that the body is unable to cool itself by sweating. Tolerance to heat varies by individual but is...

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