Tag Archives: OSHA

Safety: a Workplace Priority

Safety in the workplace is one of those things that is often taken for granted. No one goes to work thinking that they’ll have an accident or injury that prevents them from going home at the end of their shift. Unfortunately, workplace accidents are very much a reality. OSHA states that 5,147 workers were killed […]

Emergencies Happen

What constitutes an emergency?  Managers may find themselves asking this question at one point or another in their careers.  Even though the busy hum of day-to-day operations might make it difficult to plan for ‘what if’ scenarios, emergency situations should be taken seriously.  Employers who strive for accident free workplaces through intensive training and maintenance […]

Confined Space Operations and Regulations

Confined Space Operations & Regulations OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 Standards and Guidelines Do YOU know the proper regulations and guidelines for Confined Space Operations? Confined Space, by definition:  Is large enough for an employee to enter fully and perform assigned work  Is not designed for continuous occupancy by the employee  Has a limited or restricted […]