The best way to prevent an incident from repeating itself is to utilize behavior-based safety (BBS), which examines the overall safety of your workplace.Read more
Because earthquakes can occur without warning, it’s important for employers and their workers to know proper earthquake safety protocol for their area.
Discover how eyewash and emergency showers help prevent long-term worker injuries, and the workplace OSHA and ANSI requirements.Read more
OSHA requires many labs in the United States to have chemical hygiene plans, or CHPs, to protect their employees from chemicals that can damage their health.Read more
In 2012, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) adopted new hazardous chemical labeling requirements. Almost all chemical manufacturers, importers, distributers and employers in the United States are now required to use the Globally Harmonized System of Classifying and Labeling Chemicals (GHS). This new system updated the requirements for safety data sheets (formerly Material Safety Data Sheets) and chemical labels.Read more