7/19: Virtual Reality for EHS Training: Actual Hazards
7/25: Why all Arc Flash Assessments Are Not the Same - The Importance of Hazard Mitigation
8/8: Beyond OSHA: Leveraging Updated ANSI Standards for a State-of-the-Art Fall Protection Program
8/9: How to Evaluate the Safety Performance of Contractors Using Leading Indicators
8/22: Effective Hazard Communication for Transforming How Workers Understand Chemicals
9/12: Common Occupational Health & Safety Pitfalls in The Utilities Sector
9/13: How Onsite Innovations Brought Occupational Hearing Conservation In-House for a Major Food & Beverage Company
5/2 - Overcoming Tenacious Injuries: Leadership Strategies For Stepping Above The Safety Performance Plateau - Advanced Level
2/14 - Health & Safety: Breaking Down the Silos -Beginner Level
11/30 - Making the Right Moves to Prevent Strains and Sprains: The Role of Management and Movement in Preventing Soft Tissue Injuries - Advanced Level
10/25 - Don’t Fall For It! Actually Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls in the Real World - Advanced Level
9/28 - Drive Your Future Safety Program From The Past - Intermediate Level
7/27 - Vision 20/20: Preventing Opportunity Blindness – Advanced Level
4/26 - “Boomeranging”: Strategies for Revitalizing an Aging Workforce - Advanced Level
5/25 - Selling Safety to Leaders – Beginners Level
3/9 - Are you sure workplace bullying is legal? - Advanced Level
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"Sharks and the scientists who study them have led us to improvements in aerodynamics, renewable energy, electrical sensors, and health and medical research. Innovative shark research can benefit marine ecosystems and continue to raise public awareness about these important species," said committee Chairman John Thune, R-S.D.
The International Occupational Health Association (IOHA) announced Tuesday that Nancy Leppink, JD, will be the opening keynote speaker for the 2018 IOHA International Scientific Conference.
An AIHce EXP 2018 session presenter analyzed a 2012 fatality inside a sewer valve vault that was 18 feet, 6 inches deep.
The training grants will focus on programs that target high-hazard Oregon industries like construction or agriculture, or focus on reducing or eliminating hazards in a specific work process.
In two recent site inspections, the workers did not use proper safety equipment, required air sampling was not performed, and asbestos-containing material was left exposed to the public and was improperly taken through public areas.
"A trench can collapse in seconds and trap workers under thousands of pounds of soil," said OSHA St. Louis Area Office Director Bill McDonald. "Employers performing excavation work must develop and implement safety procedures to properly protect their employees from cave-ins, and train crews to recognize and evaluate hazards."