Articles by Jack Rubinger

Don't get zapped - six electrical safety scenarios

By Phil La Duke and Jack Rubinger
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There’s a good reason we keep writing about electrical safety. It’s not going away.


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Lighten Up: Industrial lighting can save energy, elevate moods & boost productivity

By Jack Rubinger
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Workers surveyed by the Kensington Technology Group listed eyestrain as a leading cause of physical stress in the workplace.


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The oil & gas industry requires cultures of safety

By Jack Rubinger
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The oil and gas industry posts some big numbers — supporting nearly 10 million American jobs and making significant economic contributions


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Expect the unexpected: Lockout/tagout procedures must be followed

By Jack Rubinger
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One of the major causes of industrial accidents is failure to follow lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures, or failure to have LOTO procedures.


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Visual communications make for safer relocations

By Jack Rubinger
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Industrial relocation can be complicated, time-consuming and often dangerous projects to help companies make money, save money or increase productivity.


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Lockout-tagout plans and product applications: Energy control

By Jack Rubinger
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According to OSHA, machines need to have power sources removed and be locked out, tagged out (LOTO), and isolated from the source to prevent serious injury.


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Labels get a new look

Coordinate your training with switch to new GHS labels
By Jack Rubinger
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OSHA’s highly anticipated changes for chemical labeling are now available for public viewing.


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A gallery of photos from the sprawling Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, where ASSE’s annual professional development conference was held June 8-11. All photos courtesy of the American Society of Safety Engineers.

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