Top 10 OSHA Violations for 2020 & 3 Key Takeaways

Every year, OSHA publishes a list of its most-cited violations from the past financial year. Most years, it appears during the National Safety Council Congress & Expo, when the two...

How to Save 10+ Hours Every Single Week (& Build a Stronger Safety Program)

If you had to break down the hours spent at work each week into categories, how would you do it?  Maybe you spend 20% of your week on reporting and...

4 Key Areas that Need MOC Warehouse Technology Today

Take a journey into any fulfillment center, warehouse, manufacturing plant, or construction site and you’ll likely see Roomba-like robots zipping around carrying hundreds of pounds of products to pick stations....

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How to Use 5S Lean to Transform Your Safety Program

If you’ve spent any amount of time in a warehouse or around a construction site, then you’ve likely heard all about the benefits of Lean, including Six Sigma, Total Quality...

Hidden Hazards: How to Fit and Wear a Fall Arrest Harness

Fall protection. It seems like it should be a no-brainer. If someone’s working at heights, they need a fall arrest harness (and a fall arrest system). And yet: OSHA 1926.501...

Your Guide to Workplace Injury Statistics for 2021

Tracking incident and injury trends is a helpful way to shore up your organization’s safety program. However, it can also be helpful to track your workplace data against injury data...

5 Painless Methods for Implementing Safety Software

You have finally had it with your master Excel document and you’re ready to make the move to safety management software. As a safety pro, you already know you’re going...

Form Builders VS. Safety Management Software

If you have a safety data entry backlog, you’re not alone. Many leaders are sitting on a pile of paper forms — and a goldmine of data — that could...

Dig Deep: The Ultimate Excavation Safety Guide

Excavation work involves removing soil or rocks and leaving behind an open area, a hole, or cavity. Excavation can be done manually using tools, such as on an archaeological site....
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