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Sidewalk Safety

April 24, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Sidewalk Safety

    Over time, sidewalk slabs can heave vertically due to winter frost or tree roots.  The edges between adjacent slabs can have a difference of 1-inch, 2-inches, or even more.  This creates a significant tripping hazard – especially for senior citizens and older employees. OSHA does not have a standard that applies to outside […]

Safety App Of Week

April 21, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of Week

    – – Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles […]

Safety App Of Week

April 14, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of Week

  – – – Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles […]

Safety With A Diversified Foreign-Born Workforce

April 8, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety With A Diversified Foreign-Born Workforce

    Many employers these days have a very diverse group of employees.  Often employees are foreign-born, speak different languages (e.g. Spanish) and come from different cultures. Here’s a free publication from Broadspire a Crawford Company entitled “Work Safe – An Employers Guide To Safety & Health In A Diversified Workforce“. This 58-page publication has […]

Safety App Of Week

April 7, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of Week

  Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles are archived here. […]

Industrial Hygiene PPM Conversion Table

April 3, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Industrial Hygiene PPM Conversion Table

    In the field of Industrial Hygiene, we regularly convert parts-per-million (PPM) into other units.  Click here for a free table that will help you with your PPM conversions. – When buying safety products (or anything else) THANK YOU for using our links to Amazon.com The use of this website constitutes your acceptance of our Terms […]

Floor Marking For Safety

March 31, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Floor Marking For Safety

  – Floor Marking For Safety   Our friends at Creative Safety Supply have just published a comprehensive free guide on floor marking for safety.  It’s an excellent primer on the fundamentals of marking floors for safety – an absolute must read for every safety and maintenance professional! They say – “Floor marking tape can be used […]

Safety App Of Week

March 31, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of Week

    –   Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles […]

Safety App Of Week

March 24, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of Week

    – – Below is this week’s “Safety App of the Week“.  Every Monday we publish an article that reviews and rates a new workplace safety app.  Our testing is done on Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s.  We rate each app from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles […]

Employees With “Multiple Jobs” Have Higher Injury Rates

March 18, 2014 Dave Weber No Comments
Employees With “Multiple Jobs” Have Higher Injury Rates

    I have often thought that employees who work more than one job (MJHs) have a higher frequency of on-the-job accidents then do single job holding employees (SJHs).  Finally, there is a study that supports this assumption. The American Journal of Public Health in a study published this January says – “With reports from […]

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