Archive for the ‘Occupational Health and Safety’ Category

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is designed to protect employees from serious workplace injuries and illnesses resulting from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, or mechanical hazards. 98% of employees said they have seen others not wearing PPE when they should have been. 30% of employees said this happens repeatedly. Top 4 […]

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Canadian First Aid Preparedness Infographic All of us hope that we will never be in a situation that requires the use of First Aid skills, like CPR. But the truth is that many of us have, or will be in a position during our lifetime, where our knowledge of Canadian First Aid or Standard First Aid […]

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The Top Occupational Health & Safety Training Courses That Pack The Most Value Everyone who has ever run a business knows that it’s absolutely essential to control costs. However, anyone who’s worked on a construction site also knows that safety training isn’t just a line item on a budget — it’s a matter of life […]

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For the first 10 Safety Points, read last week’s article Here. 11. Hazardous Materials Material Safety Data Sheets should be provided for all hazardous materials. Containers should be clearly labeled and properly stored. When using hazardous materials, employees should have and use the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment including gloves, hard hats, hearing and eye protection, […]

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The 19 Point Safety Checklist That Will Save Your Company Thousands (From OHS Regulations & Penalties): Part 1 The development and maintenance of an effective Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Program is vital to preventing injuries and other accidents at your business. It’s also a key to saving your business from Occupational Health and Safety […]

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 12 OSHA Fines That Can Be Avoided with the Right Equipment

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The Most Time Lost in the Construction Industry and 10 Ways Your Company Can Change This. Working in the construction industry Will be a dangerous career path if you ignore safety. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 9 in 1,000 full-time construction employees will experience a lost time injury due to contact with […]

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The 5 Most Common Accidents in the Long-Haul Trucking Industry (And How to Avoid Them) Trucking is a dangerous business. Long-haul truck drivers are 12 times more likely to die on the job and three times more likely to have a work-related injury that requires time off than the general work population. Most truckers worry […]

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Viewpoint There are employers and even some employees that consider Occupational Health and Safety Training to be a costly exercise that some think only leads to the disruption of business operations. The result of this dangerous assumption over time has caused a lot of workstation accidents due to bad workplace health and safety procedures. Results […]

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Important Construction is very relevant to all parts of the world and provides critical support to our much-needed infrastructures. There are millions of people today who currently work in the Construction Industry. The dangers involved in this line of work may vary depending on which particular aspect or niche you work in. Danger Hotspots In […]

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