Training Strategies

Implement electrical maintenance safety devices programs

Electrical accidents, such as arc flashes, happen daily; however, there are ways companies and individuals can reduce the occurrence of these accidents and protect everybody concerned from the physical, financial and statutory consequences.


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Make the case for learning online

8 strategies for selling your senior leaders
A combination of strategies exists for selling senior leaders on online safety compliance training


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Make sure your workers can quickly handle a cardiac crisis

According to OSHA, jobs with shift work, high stress, and exposure to certain chemicals and electrical hazards increase the risks of heart disease and cardiac arrest.


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The benefits of a positive culture can’t be ignored

OSHA requires employers to have an emergency action plan and to stay current with safety regulations, but many companies are missing a key point in keeping employees informed.


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“Short and cheap” is not the best fall protection training

Equipping at-height workers with quality, job-specific gear is only half the battle.


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Don’t waste important safety data

To stay relevant, silence distracters and continue to help organizations eliminate death on the job, behavior-based safety (BBS) processes need to experience a “step-change.”


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Who really owns safety?

Bottom line reality differs from the rhetoric
If safety is more important than production, why does safety report up through legal, human resources or production rather than production reporting up through the company’s number one priority?


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Distractions are many when you’re behind the wheel

Consider this. A government study estimates that on any given day more than 800,000 vehicles are operated by drivers using hand-held cell phones.


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Reduce your electrical risks

Power down and prevent 80% of electrical injuries
If you are tasked with administering the “permit required confined space” (PRCS) program at your workplace, you know that it can be a daunting job.


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Is your confined space rescue team prepared for the worst?

If you are tasked with administering the “permit required confined space” (PRCS) program at your workplace, you know that it can be a daunting job.


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Why Flame Resistant Workwear? Understanding Workplace Hazards and OSHA Compliance

By defining the leading causes of flash fires, electric arc and molten metal splatter, we will address the ways in which companies can better protect their employees from such hazards through proper staff outfitting. In the topic, we will discuss the benefits of – and recent developments to – flame-resistant workwear and what to consider when creating a program for your employees.

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Check out ISHN's last issue of the year, which features articles about distance learning, foot protection and confined space.

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