Reduce Exposure to Silica Dust to Ensure the Safety of Workers
An exposure control plan must be part of the safety program for any organization that has employees that could potentially be exposed to silica dust.
Protect Workers Who Use Hazardous Chemicals on the Job
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.
Benzene Health Hazards and Workplace Exposure Limits
A basic overview of benzene safety awareness including health hazards, exposure limits, PPE requirements, fire protection and first aid procedures.
Lead is Still a Workplace Health Hazard for Many Workers
The workplace may offer the greatest potential for lead exposure. More than 1.5 million workers are potentially exposed to lead as a result of their jobs.
Asbestos is Still a Job Hazard and Your Workers Need to Know
There are more than just physical hazards on construction sites. Most workers have heard of asbestos but may not understand why it should be a concern.
Understand the Safety Data Sheets to Handle Materials Safely
The main source of information about hazardous materials in the workplace is the safety data sheet (SDS) and employees should know where to find them.
Workplace Safety for Gasoline Handled and Stored at the Jobsite
Workers should know how to prevent fire, explosion, and health hazards during refueling and also when handling, storing, and traveling with gasoline.
The Dangers of Hazardous Materials in the Workplace
It's critical that workers know about the hazardous materials in their work area like flammable liquids and compressed gas, so they can protect themselves.
When Carbon Monoxide Can Be a Real Threat to Workers
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Make sure your crew knows what to do to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.