OSHA

  1. Improving Occupational Safety Efforts in the U.S. Air Force and Other Organizations

Contributor: Sentinel Safety leaders hope to never receive the news that co-workers are injured but, unfortunately, it happens. Workplace deaths may result from sudden accidents or long-term complications. That’s why more organizations are turning to technology. Organizations and workers benefit from having data insights to prevent injuries and predict workers’ future health risks. Take for…
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  1. Working Safely with Pedestal and Bench Grinders: 10 Proven Best Practices

Contributor: Jean Ndana, ASP, CSP, ASQ-SSBB, ASQ-CQE “A worker’s first day shouldn’t be his last day on earth.” I said these chilling words a few months ago when I narrated the tragic story of a 23-year-old temporary employee who did not return home from his first day at a Michigan factory. He was removing imperfections…
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  1. Using Corrective & Preventative Actions to Keep Your Company Safe

Contributor: Toby Graham, KPA Imagine having a process to catch issues before they become problems – keeping your business efficient, your people happy, and your money in your pocket. That’s the premise behind Corrective and Preventive Actions (or CAPA for short). CAPAs are systemic improvements to an organization’s processes designed to fix recurring safety issues. Want…
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  1. Job Opening: California Voluntary Protection Associate Safety Engineer

Position Details Job Code #: JC-293055 Working Title: California Voluntary Protection Associate Safety Engineer Classification: ASSOCIATE SAFETY ENGINEER # of Positions: 3 Work Location: Orange County Job Type: Permanent, Full Time Final Filing Date: 3/28/2022 Job Description and Duties Working at the Cal/OSHA means much more than showing up for a job. You will be able to work on programs…
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  1. The Invisible Hazard

Contributor: Soundtrace Did you know Hearing Protection Devices do not prevent hearing loss—they only reduce the risk of hearing loss? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most common occupational disease and the second most self-reported occupational illness or injury. In the manufacturing sector, occupational hearing loss accounts for 1 in 9 recordable illnesses, according to…
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