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What You Need To Know About OSHA’s Color Codes

What You Need To Know About OSHA’s Color Codes

Muddassir Katchi March 21, 2016 0

Not all colors are created equal. Some colors, when used appropriately, play a crucial role in preventing accidents at work. To help workers and employers in choosing the right colors for their accident prevention

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NSC 2014: What’s on the Agenda?

NSC 2014: What’s on the Agenda?

F Marie Athey OHST September 8, 2014 0

This September, 360training.com’s team will be attending the 2014 National Safety Council Congress and Expo in San Diego, California. The conference gives us the opportunity to meet with over 14,000 other environmental, health, and

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Remembering and Rebuilding: Workers’ Memorial Day

Remembering and Rebuilding: Workers’ Memorial Day

F Marie Athey OHST April 8, 2014 0

Each day in the United States, 12 employees die while performing work-related activities.  On April 28, we observe and remember every person who died on the job due to workplace injuries.  Workers’ Memorial Day

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Safety Management Trends of 2013

Safety Management Trends of 2013

F Marie Athey OHST March 11, 2014 0

Challenges and opportunities shaped the occupational safety management landscape in 2013. Results of an earlier survey showed that safety professionals were cautiously optimistic as they braced themselves for another year of heavier workloads, international

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Using Technology to Improve Safety Performance

Using Technology to Improve Safety Performance

F Marie Athey OHST March 10, 2014 0

The numbers do not lie. Globally, there were over 2 million workplace fatalities in 2013. In other words, more than 6,000 families were affected by the death of a loved one each day—simply because

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Slips, Trips, and Falls – A construction industry loss leader

Slips, Trips, and Falls – A construction industry loss leader

Paul Meli November 13, 2013 1

Perils in the construction industry are considerable, many of which include physical hazards such as noise, heat and cold, falls, and chemicals to name a few. Safety controls  are implemented to manage or, when

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The Culture of Safety – Fit In or Stand Out

The Culture of Safety – Fit In or Stand Out

Paul Meli October 25, 2013 1

Culture is sometimes used to describe the way we do the things we do.  I have always been fascinated by how one perceives the safety culture of a workforce or of a business, and

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