Some of the most hazardous sounds we hear are brief sounds – noises from impacts and impulses. These arise from sources like household tools, construction, industrial noise, firecrackers, guns, and even automotive airbags. Read More
Join us for a live webinar on oil and gas safety, where we'll discuss four key “Leading Change” topics, including pressure testing 101, training supervisors to be EHS leaders, zoning into high potential incidents and how to prevent major injuries and accidents and an effective safety committee program.
Now On Demand According to a recent report by Deloitte, a data analytics evolution is well underway, and those who have cracked the analytics code are reaping its rewards. In the world of safety, the use of data analytics translates into predicting and preventing workplace injuries using machine-learning predictive models.
Now On Demand-Join us in this webinar to hear how companies like DuPont are taking a risk-based approach to safety and incident management, and how they are building in key metrics to influence change within their organization. Lastly, we will look at how these impactful changes can leverage safety management systems to automate the process.
Now On Demand! Manufacturers of flashlights intended for use in hazardous environments must take special precautions in the design of their products to reduce the likelihood of a hazardous substance ignition taking place. Their flashlights must also pass a series of rigorous tests, conducted by recognized safety certification organizations, before being certified for use in potentially hazardous environments.
In this free webinar, you will learn how IndustrySafe Safety Software can assist you in achieving Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Compliance and how IndustrySafe can assist with achieving VPP Star and Merit Status. Read More
Now On Demand In the world of gas detection, there are many options to consider when choosing a monitor; it can be overwhelming to determine which features are the best for your organization. Training workers on how to operate a monitor effectively, and understanding the meaning behind the readings, is another challenge health and safety professionals face.
Now On Demand! NFPA 70E and OSHA require that equipment be placed in an electrically safe work condition before work is performed. Only limited conditions permit justification for energized electrical work.
Now On Demand-This presentation will discuss the many characteristics of both flame-resistant (FR) clothing and FR fabrics that can be evaluated when determining which product is best suited for your particular application.