Hazard Signs You Might See at Work and What They Mean
Here are some of the most common variations of hazard signs that you might see in the workplace and how you can interpret their meaning.
Safety Tips to Avoid Common Construction Site Hazards
Common construction site hazards along with guidance on specific items that need to be included in the construction company's workplace safety program.
How to Recognize the Poisonous Brown Recluse Spider
If brown recluse spiders are present in your area of the country, please raise awareness with employees at least once a year during a safety meeting.
Training and Experience are Key to Occupational Dog Bite Safety
For employees that work outdoors or regularly conduct business in residential neighborhoods, training on dog bite prevention techniques is important.
Demolition Projects and the Hazards for Construction Workers
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.
How to Protect Workers from Conveyor-Related Hazards
Because conveyor hazards vary, it is important that machine guarding, secondary safeguarding, and lockout/tagout practices are implemented effectively.
Protect Workers from the Bite of Black Widow Spiders
If black widow spiders are present in your area of the country, please raise awareness with employees at least once a year during a safety meeting.
Barricades are an Important Component of Work Area Safety
If there is a potential hazard appropriate barricades must be in place. Do you know what can safely be used as a barricade if used properly?
Hand Truck Loading and Maneuvering Safety Precautions
While hand trucks can reduce risks associated with manual lifting, there are still safety precautions to follow when hand trucks are used for materials handling.