Container labeling is a critical part of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, and one that trips up a lot of safety teams. We’ve got some best practices for you.
Hurricanes are a considerable concern for many of our customers. But without much to do to fight a hurricane or any other natural disaster head-on, the best thing that safety managers can do is stay one step ahead of the next big one.
With falls being the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death, this last week of National Safety Month we’ll focus on reducing slips, trips and falls, including falls from heights.
Employees have the right to know what chemicals they could be exposed to and their potential hazards. That’s the reason for OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and why Safety Data Sheets are important.
Your Hazard Communication Written Program documents how you ensure employees are educated on the HazCom process and the chemicals they work with. Here's how to write one.
As we continue our celebration of National Safety Month, we want to bring your attention to the very important topic of impairment. We all know the dangers of substance use on the job. But did you know mental distress, stress, and fatigue are also impairing?
On this episode of The Safety Meeting, Sage speaks with Dale Golgart, Senior Sales Associate at KPA, to explain how utilizing a safety software can simplify your work as a safety leader within your company.
Compliance with the Hazard Communication Standard is not a one-shot deal. You’ll need to determine who’s responsible for both the initial and ongoing activities needed for compliance. We’re here to help you get this process rolling.
KPA recently opened a new office space devoted to developing, executing, and distributing compliance training content, and we thought we’d give you a peek behind the scenes.