What is OSHA’s scaffolding standard? Why are scaffolding violations so common? How can you avoid one? Find the answers and more in this KPA article.
Falls are the #1 reason employees get hurt or killed at work. Learn how to keep your workers safe and comply with OSHA’s fall protection and training standards.
A fairly common practice - renting an aerial or scissor lift to access elevated signs, roofs, and lights. Lift fines for improper use often exceed $10,000, reminding operators of the safety and financial importance of proper operating.
OSHA has specific rules about using and working near ladders, as well as how ladders should be designed. Learn what you need to know in this KPA article.
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.
When looking at OSHA’s top 10 most cited standards, the clear winner for most violations goes to fall hazards on roofs, scaffolds, lifts, and ladders.
Are you at risk of an OSHA Edge Guarding violation? Learn what's in the OSHA standard, reasons why violations happen, and how to protect your workforce.
Fall protection and prevention is still the most frequently cited Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violation for several years now, which means, what industries are doing to address the issue isn’t working.
Falls are a straightforward problem with a straightforward solution—the same solution for every occupational safety problem: the hierarchy of controls.