• Nov 2, 2016

    Safety Lockout Systems (SLS) -- An Alternative to LOTO

    Pilz SLS (Safety Lockout System) is used to quickly and safely disconnect machines and facilities from electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic energy....More
  • Oct 27, 2016

    Safety Leadership Conference Day of Learning

    Wish you had a clone so you could attend multiple Safety Leadership Conference sessions at one time? Feel you missed out of an outstanding presentation? Here is your second change to attend a few of our outstanding presentations....More
  • Sep 15, 2016

    Preparing your Organization for Electrical Compliance/NFPA 70E

    There were many changes and updates in NFPA 70E 2015's edition as it relates to electrical safety. Are you and your organization prepared for these latest changes? Do you know what risks your organization may have?...More
  • Jul 28, 2016

    Understanding the Requirements of OSHA's HazCom Standard

    The current number of GHS-compliant companies in the United States is far below what OSHA envisioned when it decided to align the HazCom standard with the GHS in March 2012. A recent survey found that 50 percent of respondents claimed their company was not yet GHS compliant, even though the June 1 compliance deadline has passed....More
  • Jul 20, 2016

    The Selection, User, Care and Maintenance of FR/AR Clothing

    There is still a lot of misleading, inaccurate and incorrect information regarding selecting the proper FR Clothing, how to properly wear, care for and maintain FR/AR Clothing. According to OSHA "Flame-Resistant (FR) Clothing is required under 29 CFR 1910.132" and is also mentioned in other sections of the OSHA standards. Flame Resistant Clothing is used in the petroleum industry, electrical industry, O&G Exploration and other types of industries where there is a danger of a worker being injured by the various thermal hazards....More
  • Jun 23, 2016

    Workplace Wellness: The Business Value of Health and the Power of Prevention

    Stress is emerging as one of the most ubiquitous toxic exposures in the workplace and is leading to impaired performance, burnout and illness that can impact your bottom line. To bring about real change to the corporate bottom line, employers must not look at healthcare benefits simply as a cost to be managed but rather as an investment in the good health of employees that can be leveraged....More
  • Jun 6, 2016

    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. Whenever robots and humans share a common workplace, safety is vital. This is especially true with the new breed of collaborative cage-free robot, many of which are designed to operate shoulder-to-shoulder with their human counterparts. This webinar will familiarize attendees with the regulations and standards applicable to robotics in the United States. Topics will include:...More
  • May 12, 2016

    Creating a Culture of Safety through Contractor Management

    Four years ago, Xcel Energy began implementing an effective contractor prequalification and safety management program. Today they have one of the best run programs that BROWZ has seen. They have levels of compliance over 90%, they have a deep knowledge and interaction with their contractors and suppliers in order to work together on the "Journey to Zero." Learn how Xcel Energy has been so effective in maintaining positive relationships with their contractors and also achieving a level of scrutiny that brings assurance of a safe working environment....More
  • Apr 12, 2016

    Machine Guarding -- Tamper Resistance and Fault Masking

    Machine guarding and associated standards are changing and evolving. Serious injuries from machinery have occurred from temporary or permanent bypassing of guarding. Additionally, common faults in series connected safety circuits have the potential of going undetected due to fault masking....More
  • Mar 22, 2016

    Tips for Reducing Compressed Air Waste

    The US Department of Energy estimates that half of all compressed air is wasted. While compressed air is necessary for nearly all manufacturing processes, it is very costly to produce. Join compressed air experts Michael Camber and Neil Mehltretter as they cover no cost, low cost, and lasting ways to reduce compressed air waste, including:...More

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