• Jun 15, 2015

    Risk Assessments: Keeping Your Machinery Compliant and Your Employees Safe

    It often takes just one or two factors to cause an accident. If you build or retrofit machinery, a structured risk assessment is a fundamental priority in which to begin designing for safety....More
  • May 19, 2015

    Combustible Dust Mythbusting: The Facts You Need to Stay Safe

    Everyone is talking about combustible dust hazards and OSHA fines, but a combustible dust regulation does not exist…yet. Right now, manufacturing facilities have to match proposed OSHA regulations with existing NFPA standards to determine how to keep people, property and product safe....More
  • Mar 31, 2015

    6 Steps to Safety Excellence

    As a safety professional, there is nothing more important than protecting your employees, hired contractors, the environment, and communities in which you operate. So how do you take your organization from good to excellent when it comes to safety management?...More
  • Mar 25, 2015

    What You Really Need to Know about GHS -- Best Practices for Navigating the MSDS to SDS Transition

    In early 2012, OSHA revised its Hazard Communication Standard, aligning it with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) — a worldwide system for standardizing and harmonizing the classification and labeling of chemicals. A lot has happened since 2012....More
  • energy in a compressed air system
    Mar 18, 2015

    How to Improve Energy Efficiency In a Compressed Air System

    The US Department of Energy estimates that half of all compressed air is wasted. While compressed air is necessary for nearly all industrial manufacturing processes, it is very costly to produce. Join compressed air experts Michael Camber, Waheed Chaudhry, Neil Mehltretter, and Werner Rauer as they cover strategies for immediate, long-term, and ongoing strategies for energy efficiency savings including:...More
  • how to conduct an elevated worksite analysis
    Mar 11, 2015

    How to Conduct an Elevated Worksite Analysis

    In crafting a fall protection plan, a company should develop a written Elevated Work Site Analysis (EWSA) for every known area where a worker may be subjected to a fall from a walking/working surface to the ground or an object below....More
  • new machine safety standard
    Mar 3, 2015

    ISO14119: The New Machine Safety Standard for Guard Door Interlocks

    Join us to learn about the key elements within the new ISO 14119 safety standard for interlocking devices.  We will cover the principles of product design and selection, as well as their use according to ISO 14119 - which becomes a requirement in the European Union at the end of April....More
  • Feb 20, 2015

    Learn about FR garments for multiple hazard protection

    More and more, the demand for flame-resistant (FR) clothing that provides multi-hazard protection is increasing. Many in the safety arena are finding that their workers face more than one hazard throughout the day and, as a result, FR fabric manufacturers are developing fabrics that can protect against multiple hazards....More
  • leveraging sustainability
    Nov 11, 2014

    Leveraging Sustainability Initiatives to Benefit Your Community and Increase Compliance

    A new generation has entered the workforce with a different view of the environment and social responsibility. Rather than being seen as rules and regulations, they believe in sustainability, acting on behalf of the planet's limited resources and being socially responsible. They also believe —that companies and their employees, including themselves, can and do make a difference....More
  • working with robots and safety
    Oct 16, 2014

    Working Collaboratively with Robots: Robot Safety Requirements

    Human-robot collaboration is one of the newest trends in the robotics industry. Done correctly, this practice has proven viable and very successful....More

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