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Join the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and organizations across the nation this year in observing National Fire Prevention Week in October.
Extension cords are common and convenient, but when used without proper safety precautions they can become fire hazards and pose risks to worker safety.
All personnel on a demolition project need to be fully aware of the potential for unknown hazards and the safety precautions available to control these hazards.
Make sure everyone on your team is getting trained on electrical safety...even the basics need to be covered, like how to use an extension cord safety.
Boom lifts are effective when you need to access heights without the expense of a crane or the hassle of scaffolding, but tip over hazards are a real concern.
Material stacking safety begins with some basic guidelines that all workers should follow whether stacking manually or mechanically.
The weekly safety meeting is a great time to remind heavy equipment operators to inspect their equipment daily and to test their back-up alarms regularly.
Prolonged exposure to sounds that measure 85 decibels and higher can damage your hearing. Get valuable tips for protecting your hearing at work.
When warnings are ignored or PPE isn't used, chemicals used on the job can cause hazardous short-term side effects and even severe injuries or illness.