Most professionals already understand the need for eye protection and burn prevention, but gas hazards deserve attention, too. Welding fume safety is an essential, if less evident, part of workshop safety.
Safety professionals are always interested in improvements to PPE materials as these advancements could reduce waste, enhance effectiveness and more. The following are some recent advancements to keep in mind.
Many — if not most — workplace safety incidents stem from human error, and providing the proper training and resources is central in preventing injuries. Here’s what that training should include for employees working near electrical hazards.
Discussing short safety topics can be a great way to keep people aware of the potential risks in their line of work. These refreshers will elevate safety from a background issue to a top priority for all involved.
In many contexts, the “smart” prefix refers to giving technologies some form of wireless connectivity. That’s not necessarily the case with smart concrete, which covers a much broader range of materials than it may initially seem.
Working with cutting tools is an essential and regular part of many workflows. While employees may feel comfortable handling these tools, it’s important to avoid complacency and emphasize the importance of cutting tool safety.