Just how much do you know about workplace safety and health? Here's one way to find out: Take this short quiz on OSHA's history.
This is the first installment in a series of fun and educational quizzes designed to test your knowledge of EHS facts, stats and events. Good luck!
Imagine watching TV in your living room when you hear a terrific crash outside. When you go out to investigate, you find a hole in the rear end of your car and a matching hole in your driveway. In the hole, you find a bowling-ball-size rock that smells like sulfur.
Later, you learn that the rock was a meteorite that traveled millions of miles from outer space en route to the trunk of your orange 1980 Chevy Malibu.
Sports injuries are a fact of life. While it’s safe to say that the many positive benefits of youth sports outweigh the risks, injuries can happen.
Based on injury data from a sampling of U.S. hospitals, the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s National Electronic Injury Surveillance System provides estimates of the sports and recreational activities that caused the most injuries among children ages 5 to 14 in 2012.
For the first time, the EHS Today Safety Leadership Conference is offering a track that focuses on Construction Safety. The Safety Leadership Conference is scheduled for Oct. 27-29 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Sponsored by ABC (Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.), the Construction Track features speakers who are the leading experts in construction safety, building safety culture and promoting management and employee engagement in safety in the construction industry.