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Tuesday, April 20, 2021 1:00 PM (EDT)

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Tuesday, April 27, 2021 2:00 PM (EDT)

The traditional approach to understanding safety in a joint-employer environment has been primarily focused on important aspects of contract management, prequalifications, insurance/compliance and business elements such as procurement. But (more...)

Feel confident and prepared to engage at any Virtual Conference.As your Virtual Conference Experts - we want to share some 'Best Practices' we have learned over the years. Whether you're needing to connect with a sales lead, (more...)

It’s easy to think of head injuries as catastrophic, and they certainly can be. It’s also easy to think of hard hats as THE head injury prevention solution, and they certainly DO provide essential protection.But before donning (more...)

Topics discussed in this webinar include: 1. Managing Risk, Worker Acceptance, and Protection Spend 2. Learn how Radians Assessment & Wear Test Tools help manage the noise from opinions to make objective decisions that produce results

Third party vendors, suppliers and contractors are an essential part of any highly regulated business. Collecting, tracking and requalifying their credentials is crucial to a safe and compliant work environment. This task can be a time (more...)

During one of the most uncertain times in modern history, Safety Health and Environmental (SHE) Professionals have been expected to deliver results in spite of a incredible stressors to people and organizations. VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, (more...)

In this webinar we will examine the common challenges of maintaining a Gas Detection Program in Manufacturing Settings, including managing compliance, personnel, and the products. GfG will present their gas detection solutions for these (more...)

While having the right amount of active ingredients in a product is very important, the total formulation of a product impacts its performance and user experience. These are the key things that should be considered when suggesting (more...)

Healthcare workers face a wide range of eye and face hazards on a moment to moment basis. From Ambulatory services, to hospitals, and with Long Term Care and Nursing facilities, eye and face protection are top of mind.The consequence of (more...)

Each year, CFR 1910.147 (Control of hazardous energy) can be found in OSHA's Top 10 cited safety violations. Without a comprehensive plan, meeting compliance and maintaining it year after year can seem impossible; especially in (more...)

A how-to seminar on creating a safe workplace that minimizes risk to the employee and complies with CDC guidelines. Will also provide best practices of how tape is being used in various business settings for social distance.

We will review how to identify and mitigate potential losses and devises strategies to reduce or terminate the losses.

With a new year comes new safety goals for every business. Contractors, suppliers and vendors play a crucial role in your supply chain and should be considered when planning your new safety initiatives.Join Mark Bania (Co-Founder & CEO (more...)

Join Bryan McWhorter as we dive into key learning points 2020 taught that we must use in 2021.•Pandemics 101- Prepare or repair. Safety programs are proactive or reactive. For many of us, Covid-19 proved we were not proactive enough. (more...)

Beyond the labels of Safety Differently, Safety II , or HOP, what can these theories mean to the day-to-day practice of safety?In this short presentation, Jeff will discuss some of the recent thinking about workplace health and safety, and (more...)

Mental health discussions of the past have at best been viewed as a nice thing companies did when trying to invest in their employees and at worst a stigma that a person was unstable. Given the evolution of cultural norms amid a global (more...)

It has been said that “safety leadership” is about you setting high standards and expectations, getting your followers to comply with rules, providing them with a safe workplace and ensuring no one takes a risk…If (more...)

In the midst of the current pandemic, the data that we rely on in order to make information decisions changes from week to week, sometimes even day to day. Understanding which data and information is credible and reliable is just as (more...)

Exposure risk in the workplace is strongly influenced by culture, leadership, systems, and processes. Yet even when all of these factors are optimal, workers can still make mistakes. They may not see an exposure, recognize it as a threat, (more...)

The training environment has now changed. Facilitators need to find new ways of supporting our unique learning atmosphere. Join us as we outline the roadblocks ahead for developing impactful training sessions. Together we will look at ways (more...)

In today's world we have done a good job of getting to pretty low accident rates. It seems in many companies that is plateauing. This session will explore some thinking and methods to break through that plateau and create more (more...)

Culture is an ‘invisible power’ in the organization, that drives, influences, and guides the behaviors of all members of that business. It lives in the perceptions of people, or in simpler terms, in what they ‘believe is (more...)

Going back to work? Still working? The world has changed and a post COVID-19 workplace is likely going to look, feel, and act differently than it did before COVID-19. Each Workplace has its own nuances and this means that different (more...)

Hi-Vis requirements have evolved with the launch of ANSI 107-2015. What changes are in the works for the new version?We will have focused content on general and flame resistant high visibility solutions.Join us on May 21st at 2pm EDT for (more...)

It is well known that person-to-person transmission mechanisms of respiratory viruses is a difficult subject to investigate, because contagious viruses are “invisible” and in-person experiments are morally challenging. It is (more...)

As your company matures, your Health & Safety strategy needs to grow to meet the needs of your organization. With the market demanding increased digital capabilities, you need to be ready to adopt new approaches, technologies, and (more...)

At the end of 2019 OSHA shifted their focus from OSHA recordables to leading indicators. Joint responsibility is now the new normal for managing safety between employers and the contractors they hire. Any contractor, subcontractor, or (more...)

Two to Four Americans working with electricity will be injured while we are on this call today. They will all be shocked…likely temporarily or permanently blinded, possible set on fire and maybe even killed.With more injuries than (more...)

For people in leadership roles, the five questions posed above are always important. But in uncertain times like these, it is more imperative than ever that you ACT.Action speaks volumes.During this webinar, we will talk about 9 important (more...)

According to the World Health Organization, 1 out of 5 people will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. Even more startling, WHO estimates that two-thirds of these individuals won’t seek medical help.Employers (more...)

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress and dehydration. Exposure to extreme heat can result in illnesses and injuries. Prevention of heat stress and dehydration in workers is (more...)

As the number of women in many traditionally male dominated industries like construction and oil & gas increases, it has become more apparent that the same protective solutions used for men are not suitable.When women arrive on the job (more...)

As the world around us becomes more and more connected and data-driven, companies have the potential to harness valuable information to benefit their businesses and workers. This session will discuss how wearable safety technology, machine (more...)

When our large factory decided to create self-directed work teams, we had no idea how powerful the transformation would be. All our KPI’s improved as we saw employees engage on a level we had never seen before. (safety, cost, quality (more...)

Industrial workers are individuals with unique hearing protection needs. Differences in fit, job requirements, communication needs, and personal preferences influence the selection of hearing protection and the successful use of that (more...)

Between 2016 and 2024, the industrial protective clothing market is expected to experience rapid growth, with the subcategories of “durable clothing” and “flame-resistant apparel” expected to grow by 14%. Women are (more...)

Join Honeywell Miller’s Fall Protection Expert, Tom Dillon, as he walks you through dealing with confined spaces on your work site. Learn the questions that help determine the safest confined space equipment, the considerations for (more...)

Using the right footwear for the task at hand can make all the difference. Foot injuries, slips and trips, comfort and fit, the hazards presented, and different types of protection are all things to factor in when making your selection (more...)

Imagine you’re swimming in a large pond in Louisiana. That's right, you're in alligator territory. But it’s not the alligators on the surface you need to worry about – you can see those. It’s the ones under (more...)

Over the last ten years we have seen an increase in two critical metrics in fall protection:The number of standards comprising the Z359 Code.The number of fatal workplace falls.Have we created the most effective standards possible, or do (more...)

With planning and prevention, you and your workers can make it through the summer months safely. It's time for warm weather, long weekends, and backyard cookouts. But the summer season also brings unique workplace hazards. Staying safe (more...)

Hearing loss is one of many safety issues that permeate almost every workplace but is seldom discussed in the open. Protecting workers from noise-induced hearing loss requires a set of interventions at every level. Engineering and (more...)

Cut resistant gloves are an integral piece of personal protective equipment (PPE) for many jobs. They are truly the last line of defense between an identified hazard and the end-user. Selecting a glove with the correct cut protection by (more...)

Summer is here and that means being even more aware of safety hazards and challenges your workers will face every day. High heat, temperature extremes, noisy work environments, working at heights, confined space situations; increased (more...)

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress and dehydration. Exposure to extreme heat can result in illnesses and injuries. Prevention of heat stress and dehydration in workers is (more...)

Last summer, the new dropped objects standard set in place best practices for dropped and falling objects prevention that every safety manager should know.In this webinar, Nate Bohmbach (chair of the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped (more...)

As more solutions and features become available for AR/FR Foul Weather Gear, selecting a garment can be more complicated.During this webinar, we will discuss how to simplify the selection process by examining Applications, Hazards, (more...)

Properly Controlling Hazardous Energy with Correct LOTO TrainingWhy do I need to be concerned about Lockout Tagout (LOTO)? Employees can be seriously or fatally injured if machinery they service or maintain unexpectedly energizes, starts (more...)

Behavior-Based Safety: The Controversy ContinuesBehavior-Based Safety (BBS) is often viewed as a method to create a safety partnership between employees and management to drive daily safety behavior and ensure worker safety. While some (more...)

The following Q&A is from our Ask Me Anything (AMA) broadcast hosted by Safeopedia. The AMA was presented as a follow-up to our Qualifying Contractors: Risks and Best Practices webinar presented in September. Links to both (more...)

What’s in, what’s out, what’s new, and what’s neededIn 1993 OSHA enacted 29 CFR 1910.146 “Permit-Required Confined Spaces.” In 2015, a major new confined space regulation, 1926 Subpart AA, expanded (more...)

As the seasons change, we are used to adjusting our everyday wardrobes to combat dwindling temperatures. We regularly hear of the dangers of heat stress, but what about cold stress? For workers like those in the oil & gas and utility (more...)

This free webinar will provide guidance and practical considerations to safety professionals for selecting PPE for dual chemical and fire hazards. This will include:Potential situations in which chemical and flame hazards may (more...)

With so many ANSI standards and OSHA requirements out there, how does one know when or even where emergency equipment is needed? Learn key factors to consider when reviewing your facility or work site to help you determine what's (more...)

For many purchasing organizations, contracted services are frequently the largest single source of risk to the organization. While compliance and reputational risk frequently are top-of-mind and in the news when considering potential (more...)

Choosing the right FR workwear for your employees can greatly impact their ability to work safely and efficiently. Join Tom Weeks of Radians for this informative webinar where you’ll learn about different kinds of FR, and how to (more...)

Workers can unknowingly bring home hazardous substances on their clothes, shoes, skin, tools, and vehicle interiors, leaving family members vulnerable to health impacts. Are you protecting yourself and your family? Do you work in (more...)

Are you doing everything you can to maintain a safe jobsite?A culture of safety shapes the behaviors of everyone in an organization and improves not only safety, but productivity, profitability, and job quality.How do you build a safety (more...)

Every employee needs to understand the basics of hazard assessment and control. We need every employee to play an active role in uncovering and addressing unsafe conditions in the work environment and unsafe behavior in their peers. Join (more...)

Emergency safety showers are designed to keep workers safe from chemical hazards while on the job. To avoid further injury to users, emergency safety showers must provide a steady stream of tepid water – not too hot, not too cold, (more...)

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress. Exposure to extreme heat can result in illnesses and injuries. Prevention of heat stress in workers is important. Employers should provide (more...)

Improper storage and handling of flammable liquids is the leading cause of industrial fires. The challenge with hazardous materials, whether corrosive, flammable, or combustible, is that they can’t just be stored anywhere. (more...)

Join us to discuss a variety of fall safety topics with global practitioner Doug Myette. Have a question you need answered? Send it our way and we will aim to answer your question during the show or through follow-up.Topics of discussion (more...)

This webinar is designed to provide attendees with an understanding of the standards, requirements, and techniques for fit testing respirators. We will review the OSHA and CSA requirements for fit testing respirators as well as the various (more...)

Choosing protective garments for use in painting or coating activities can be a challenging task. Workers who apply paint need dependable protection against dust, sprays and liquid splashes and may need different protection depending on a (more...)

As of September, ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 standard has established a 2017 formal platform for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) training program content and course duration fit for all industries, the first of its version in the United States. This standard (more...)

Join Dale Lesinski as he walks us through a real world formula for improving the safety culture in your organization. This Professional Development Seminar was featured at the 2017 NSC Annual Safety Congress.Results this campaign has (more...)

Join Mark Scott as he walks you through an in-depth look at the current state of safety and technology. He’ll explore how easily safety can be improved with technology, how a simple toolkit that includes a mobile forms app and (more...)

You’ve seen the stats. Or maybe already suffered the cost. Either way, you know the damage dropped objects are causing on worksites, and you’re ready to get serious about getting a prevention plan in place.But where to (more...)

According to the CDC, it is estimated that 20 million workers use PPE on a regular basis to protect them from job hazards.PPE protects workers from death, disabling injuries and illness; as well as from threats of exposures to certain (more...)

Join equipment specialist Barry Thomson along with author, speaker, and expert trainer, Bryan McWhorter as they take us on a journey through Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). In this webinar you will learn:What is OEE?What can you (more...)

Contractor and supplier prequalification is a key component to a good risk management program. The prequalification process must not only vet your contractors and suppliers, but also address the needs of the various stakeholders involved (more...)

Join Andrew Barrett as he reflects on the relevance of potential decisions about OSHA by the Trump-administration, and how to future-proof your job regardless of what happens.When you can't fall back on the law and enforcement as a (more...)

Building a strong safety culture is top of mind for everyone right now, and for good reason – organizations with the strongest cultures have fewer incidents. But when it comes to improving safety outcomes and making culture (more...)

Mobility plays a critical role in maintaining safety compliance and can help transform your EHS program. Mobile solutions let you capture rich information, provide field teams with up-to-date information, seamlessly integrate with (more...)

Join Bryan McWhorter as he walks us through Safety Pre-Inspections and why they're important to you, your equipment, and your organization. Topics of this discussion include:What are pre-safety inspections?Why pre-inspections are (more...)

Join us to learn more about WHMIS 2015. Its history, upcoming changes, and how it'll impact your operations. Topics for this session will include:WHMIS history in Canada and internationallyWHMIS changes in Canada, including timelines (more...)

Embracing technology can have a significant impact on your safety processes, from how you collect information to how you respond to incidents.Join us as we share the results of a recent survey we conducted of over 450 EHS professionals. (more...)

Join Brian Fielkow as he presents an overview of practical, hands on ways to build a healthy safety culture. With principles taken right from his book, this presentation goes beyond theory into low cost, high value ideas that you can (more...)

Join Safety Talks host Calvin Simpson as he speaks with author, speaker, and expert trainer, Bryan McWhorter about Hazard Assessments and how they contribute to the success of a company's safety culture. Topics of this Safety Talk (more...)

A fascinating contrast in views and expectations between new entrants and veterans in EH&S as they address evolving technology and regulatory requirements. Herb Gibson, OSHA Area Director, sits down with Scott Brothers to discuss (more...)

Join Safety Talks host Calvin Simpson as he speaks with Transportation of Dangerous Goods expert Tracey Thibeau and former federal radiation and TDG Inspector, Corie Doyle. Take part in the conversation as they answer your questions during (more...)

Join Safety Talks host Calvin Simpson as he speaks with Ergonomics expert Dr. Linda Miller. Take a deep dive into what is being reported as the "new smoking" and "biggest health risk of our generation". Topics of this (more...)

Based on a survey of more than 500 safety professionals, this webinar will examine how businesses monitor and react to safety issues in their business, and how technology in the field positively affects work site safety. Attendees will (more...)

What EHS Managers and Directors are really interested in is real, useful information and reports. But why are so many organizations still getting it wrong?1 in 3 executives are struggling to find the right person with the right data, and (more...)

In this webinar, learn how to track HSE compliance and improve safety in the field. From plain text surveys, to photos and audio, to GPS and time stamps, safety compliance requires many different types of information, and it needs to be (more...)

Please join us as we welcome Patrick Robinson as he walks us through the Contractor Prequalification Best Practices he's gathered and implemented over his 31-year career. His expertise is based on experience derived from both the owner (more...)

What: A Live Interview with Paul CaseyWho: Paul Casey, Vice President of Programs and Strategic Development, IHSAWhen: Thursday, August 27th, 2015 at 12:00pm (EST)Where: In the comfort of your office chair (online webinar)We'll be joined (more...)

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