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LOTO (part 3) – The Supervisor’s Role

August 2, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
LOTO (part 3) – The Supervisor’s Role

    A supervisor is a person who works for a business and is trusted by the employer to oversee certain activities within the business as well as to enforce compliance upon specific issues. Supervisors are an essential component to any business in that they usually there to help and provide guidance to the employees […]

A New Safety Product

July 30, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
A New Safety Product

    Our friend Jack Benton has one of the best safety blogs around.  If you want to find out what’s new in the world of safety check out his website. A few weeks ago Jack posted information on a new type of safety vest – it’s “lighted”!  The vests are pricey starting at $65, […]

Safety App Of The Week

July 28, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of The Week

    Below is our “Safety App of the Week”.  These weekly features are published every Monday.  New apps are tested on Apple iPads and rated from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles are archived here.   FallClear LITE – Fall Arrest Clearance Calculators   Official Description   “‘FallClear LITE’ […]

LOTO (part 2) – Making Programs Effective

July 26, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
LOTO (part 2) – Making Programs Effective

    An effective LOTO program is possible if certain criteria are met. Missing just one step of OSHA’s LOTO program could place employees in real danger risking either severe bodily harm or even death. Just imagine working on a piece of hazardous equipment and someone unknowingly starts the equipment while you are directly under […]

Prevent Natural Gas Explosions

July 25, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Prevent Natural Gas Explosions

  – Most buildings have gas regulators (like the one you see above) that are located somewhere on the outside of the building.  Often, they are next to a parking area or loading dock.   In many parts of the world, it snows in the winter.   If a car or truck slid on ice or snow and struck […]

Older Worker Safety

July 23, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Older Worker Safety

  – From the first day of new hire training until the day they retire, all workers will experience changes due to the normal aging process. It is an unfortunate fact of life that many age-related changes result in diminished physical, sensory, or cognitive capabilities.– Aging workers may not necessarily have a higher injury risk overall; […]

Safety App Of The Week

July 22, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of The Week

    Below is our “Safety App of the Week”.  These weekly features are published every Monday.  New apps are tested on Apple iPads and rated from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles are archived here.   Ergonomics   Official Description   “Reached #7 in the Productivity section of the […]

LOTO (part 1) – What’s the Difference Between Lockout & Tagout?

July 19, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
LOTO (part 1) – What’s the Difference Between Lockout & Tagout?

    The use of LOTO devices is an essential component of a well-functioning LOTO program. However, is one method safer and more effective than the other? The answer is yes. OSHA agrees that lockout provides better levels of safety than just simply using tagout or the use of tags. There are very distinct differences when it […]

Safety App Of The Week

July 15, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
Safety App Of The Week

    Below is our “Safety App of the Week”.  These weekly features are published every Monday.  New apps are tested on Apple iPads and rated from ♥ to ♥♥♥♥♥ (♥♥♥♥♥ is the best).  Prior app of the week articles are archived here.   Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine   Official Description   “The Journal of […]

What’s Your Insurance Companys’ Financial Rating?

July 9, 2013 Dave Weber No Comments
What’s Your Insurance Companys’ Financial Rating?

    In this troubled economy it is more important than ever to only deal with insurance companies that are financially sound.  You need your insurance company to be there to investigate, defend and pay your claims.  If they go under, your company may have to pay all claims expenses and settlements themselves! Like Barrons is for bonds and Morningstar is […]

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