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Address Ergonomics To Keep Workers Healthy

Address Ergonomics To Keep Workers Healthy

One of the more difficult injury types for safety professionals and industry leaders to anticipate and prevent in the workplace is musculoskeletal disorders (MSD). These types of injuries affect muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments and can be generally viewed as...
Establish a Contractor Safety Management Policy

Establish a Contractor Safety Management Policy

All establishments and industry leaders strive for a common goal: Provide a work environment free from hazards that cause injuries, illnesses, and property damage. In general industry environments, safety and health programs primarily focus on routine procedures and...
Effectively Cooperating With First Responders On Jobsites

Effectively Cooperating With First Responders On Jobsites

While safety professionals, paramedics, and firefighters have different responsibilities, all the share the goal of protecting people and property from harm. Although they approach their tasks in different ways, they do not see each another as rivals. They know the...
Safe Practices for Working Around Common Refrigerants

Safe Practices for Working Around Common Refrigerants

Refrigerants are a family of chemical solutions designed to transfer heat energy from one place to another. Depending on the purpose of equipment using refrigerants and how it’s configured, refrigerants can be used to lower temperatures, raise them, or facilitate...
Safer Ways to Deploy Concrete Boom Pump Outriggers

Safer Ways to Deploy Concrete Boom Pump Outriggers

Concrete boom pumps are among the handiest pieces of equipment designed for construction sites. The ease and precision of placing large volumes of concrete exactly where needed is a tremendous advance from the days when workers had to push wheelbarrow loads of...