Courtney Bohman

Courtney Bohman is responsible for the development and maintenance of Brady SPC's absorbent and spill control portfolio. With years of safety and product management experience, Bohman helps drive the business in combining new product innovation with expertise to provide sustainable solutions for customers.
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Lockout Tagout: 6 Essential Elements Lockout Tagout: 6 Essential Elements Lockout Tagout: 6 Essential Elements Lockout Tagout: 6 Essential Elements


How good is your lockout tagout program? Make sure it includes these six elements.

How to Deal with Spills in Your Facility How to Deal with Spills in Your Facility How to Deal with Spills in Your Facility How to Deal with Spills in Your Facility


Slips can lead to serious and costly lost time injuries. Find out how to prepare for a spill and how to deal with one before they cause...

Q&A by Courtney Bohman


What should be included in a lockout procedure? What should be included in a lockout procedure? What should be included in a lockout procedure? What should be included in a lockout procedure?


OSHA’s lockout standard 1910.147(c)(4)(i) requires that employers have machine-specific lockout tagout procedures for equipment. To...

What is an SPCC Plan and do you need one? What is an SPCC Plan and do you need one? What is an SPCC Plan and do you need one? What is an SPCC Plan and do you need one?


A spill control and countermeasures (SPCC) plan is a facility-specific, comprehensive plan that outlines both the containment and...

Safety Topics by Courtney Bohman


How does the silica regulation affect my sorbent program? How does the silica regulation affect my sorbent program? How does the silica regulation affect my sorbent program? How does the silica regulation affect my sorbent program?


Benjamin Ament, Inside Sales Specialist at Brady, suggests alternative granulars to silica for cleaning up leaks, drips, and spills in your...

What is the 2017 OSHA Silica Regulation? What is the 2017 OSHA Silica Regulation? What is the 2017 OSHA Silica Regulation? What is the 2017 OSHA Silica Regulation?


OSHA's rule requires engineering controls to keep workers from breathing silica dust