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  • A Glance Into Heavy Equipment Operator Training and Its Attributes Required
    published on December 7th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Heavy equipment operator training is offered by many colleges and private institutions. This provides quality training and includes the evolving industry needs regarding safety, government regulations and also the operator's responsibilities.
  • Overview to Acquire Certification for Heavy Equipment Operator Training and Safety
    published on December 7th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Heavy equipment training for operators includes variety of options. However, before starting on any training program, you must evaluate your knowledge about the equipment, operator safety, mechanic skills and the industries hiring operators.
  • Ladder Safety
    published on November 29th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Regardless of the ladder you're using, be sure to check the load rating. The load rating needs to cover your weight AND the weight of your tools. You should also consider the material that your ladder is made of and whether it's appropriate for your intended use. Aluminum and steel ladders conduct heat and electricity and should never be used for electrical work. Fiberglass and wood ladders are suitable for electrical work, but wood ladders are especially vulnerable to damage and decay. No matter what type of ladder you're using, you should always inspect it, check for cracks, and ensure the frame, rungs, and feet are not compromised.
  • Working in the Winter
    published on November 24th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Winter is now in full swing in many parts of the country and this year's winter is projected to be colder than the last. Working outside in the winter can present a variety of challenges - from driving on snow and ice, to wearing the right clothing, to safely navigating slippery surfaces.
  • Importance of Wearing Appropriate Protective Garments
    published on November 20th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    As a worker, whether you are a welding operator or firefighter, you should pay special attention to protection against potential occupational hazards present at your worksite. Safety garments such as high-visibility clothing, insulated coveralls, bib pants, shop coats, and vests should be worn wherever appropriate and necessary. Make sure your safety gear is designed to deal with occupational hazards that you are exposed to.
  • Document Shredding Company: How It Adds to Information Security
    published on November 20th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Document handling has become a cumbersome task for any business these days. That is one of the main reasons why the firms are now opting for Document Shredding Services. As sensitive information is becoming more prone to be stolen, not everyone can be trusted, but a Document Shredding Company assures business confidentiality and adds to the information security.
  • Importance of a Safety LMS System
    published on November 16th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    It's no secret that safety training is a good investment - it has a direct impact on a company's productivity, growth, and financial success. However, administering a safety program can also be a huge headache if you're trying to manage a variety of delivery methods, train employees who are geographically dispersed, and need real-time access to training records. A good Learning Management System (LMS) can move most of your training courses and records online, reducing costs, improving access, and increasing engagement. It's important to note that the ability of an LMS to consolidate your training isn't just limited to eLearning type courses - it can be used to administer training of all types. By accessing videos, documents, and audio through an LMS, employees can get everything from basic WHMIS training to instructor-led training and task-based training in the field. A well designed LMS is robust, powerful, and customizable to meet the needs of your workplace and offers benefits to both the company and the employees.
  • The Basics of Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
    published on November 14th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Dangerous goods are transported across the country on a daily basis by rail, air and road, constantly coming into contact with industry workers and the general public. To protect these individuals from the hazards associated with the transport of flammable, toxic, explosive, or corrosive substances, the TDG Act and Regulations were put in place. The TDG act sets out the general guidelines and rules and the Regulations dictate the rules that apply to each mode of transport, the various classifications of hazardous goods, and the training requirements for those involved in the transportation of dangerous goods.
  • What the Las Vegas Shooter Can Teach CEOs & Business Owners About Their Workplace Violence Plans
    published on November 12th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    The world has become a very different place from the one you and I grew up in And while many businesses have taken steps in instituting workplace violence policies and introducing albeit limited training, about 70% of companies, in spite of all evidence to the contrary, are still guided by denial and avoidance. And, while the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas was not a workplace violence incident per se, the Las Vegas shooter can teach CEO's, CFO, and business owners some critically important lessons that should be a part of their workplace violence prevention and mitigation procedures. Here are a few points to get you started on the right path to effective employee safety.
  • Safety Tickets
    published on November 8th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    The great thing about working in the oilfield and construction industries is that you don't need a lot of expensive or formal training to get your foot in the door. If you've got a great attitude and work ethic, you'll likely quickly become a valued team member. The fact that jobs in these industries tend to pay well means that there can be many people vying for the same position. There are a few things you can do before your job hunt to set yourself up for success. Before you start sending out resumes, do some research and find out what safety tickets are likely required for the positions you're interested in. Having current safety tickets on your resume can boost your application ahead of other candidates who don't have the same training. Having valid safety tickets means that you can get to work as soon as you're hired (versus other candidates who may spend their first week tied up in training courses). Here's some examples of some of the safety tickets you should consider to get the attention of the hiring manager:
  • Fall Arrest and Protection Certification
    published on November 4th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    With over 40,000 workers injured annually due to fall accidents, falls in the workplace present a major risk for employers and workers. The ideal method of fall prevention is to eliminate all potential fall hazards, but this is not a realistic solution for most workplaces. Fall prevention systems like guard rails and barriers are not always practical depending on the worksite and nature of work being performed. If fall prevention is not possible, fall arrest measures and training are the best way to protect yourself in the event of a fall. Fall protection training is required by state and provincial law. There are courses specifically designed to provide participants with the training that they need to make safe decisions when working at heights. Fall arrest courses are typically one day in duration and provide a combination of classroom and hands-on training covering topics like: the dynamics of falling, fall protection systems and planning, fall arrest system components, harness fitting, equipment care and inspection, and rescue procedures. Fall arrest training is affordable for workers and employers, and typically costs around $200 for a one day course. Excellent online courses are also available for around $60.
  • Main Personal Protective Equipment And Safety Garments
    published on November 2nd, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Most of the workplaces establish proper dress codes for workers in order to avoid health risks and improve safety standards. As an independent worker, you should not undermine the importance of safety garments and equipment. Carefully assess all the potential hazards present at your workplace and find appropriate workwear to safely handle those hazards.
  • Electrical Construction Safety: It's Everyone's Responsibility for Electrical Safety
    published on October 30th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Improper application of or inadequate electrical construction safety measures can cause serious workplace hazard. In a construction site, the workers and employees can be exposed to fires, electrocution, shocks, explosions, and a couple of other types of accidents. There are specific standards for the electrical construction safety for that particular industry.
  • Risks With Carbon Monoxide And Commercial Kitchens
    published on October 24th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    This article covers the safe use of solid fuel appliances - such as tandoori ovens, charcoal grills and wood-fired pizza ovens in commercial kitchens. It is concerned mainly with the risks associated with exposure to carbon monoxide gas.
  • The Dangers Of Overhead Power Lines Best Practices
    published on October 24th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Introduction Every year people at work are killed or seriously injured when they come into contact with live overhead electricity power lines. These incidents often involve: machinery, eg cranes, lorry-loader cranes, combine harvesters, and tipping trailers; equipment, eg scaffold tubes and ladders; work activities, eg loading, unloading, lifting, spraying, and stacking.
  • How To Carry Out An Effective Ariel Tree Rescue
    published on October 23rd, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    The Rescue Operation - This article covers the safe working practices to be used by those involved in aerial tree rescue, a minimum of two people should be present during all tree-climbing operations. One of the ground team must be available, competent and equipped to perform an aerial rescue without delay.
  • Your Complete Guide To Maintaining A Chainsaw
    published on October 20th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Maintaining a chainsaw Proper maintenance is essential if a chainsaw is to be safe to use and will provide protection against ill health from excessive noise and vibration. Maintain the saw in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations with all the safety devices in efficient working order and all guards in place.
  • Welding Hazards And The Importance of PPE
    published on October 16th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Welders have to face a number of physical and chemical hazards which lead to a need for personal protective equipment. It is the responsibility of employers to ensure that their employees are well-equipped and trained to handle hazards that pose a potential risk to their health. Following are some of the major hazards that welding workers have to counter
  • 7 Workplace Safety Tips to Implement Today
    published on October 6th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Safe businesses are healthy businesses, so keeping your workplace safe is crucial to your team's well-being as well as your productivity. Luckily, workplace safety isn't rocket science. Here are 7 simple workplace safety tips that you can implement today.
  • Potential Fire Hazards And Preventive Measures
    published on September 25th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Most of the workplaces implement a dress code for their employees based on the nature of hazards. It is essential to a safe working environment. If your job is to deal with the risk of fire and other hazards, make sure you are well-equipped and well-trained. Remember, safety always comes first.
  • 9 Reasons to Hire an Office Cleaning Company
    published on September 13th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Having a clean office environment is more for more than just making a good impression. It also leads to more productivity and fewer employee sick days. An office cleaning company is great way to achieve health as well as a great first impression.
  • Essentials for Construction Site Safety
    published on August 26th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    No matter the type of construction your company is involved in, there can be many potential hazards on the jobsite that can result in injury, and in extreme cases, even death. In addition, any safety mishaps on the jobsite can cause downtime, additional expenses and even cause your company to miss important deadlines. So, it's critical to give your workers some basic guidelines to follow at all times when they are on the jobsite.
  • 6 Useful Tips for Workplace Safety
    published on July 18th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Anyone in charge of running a business will appreciate the importance of workplace safety. A clean and healthy workplace is essential for employees to avoid getting hurt and creates the environment that is a pleasure to work in.
  • How To Make A Cleaner, Greener New Zealand Environment: Hazardous Waste Management
    published on July 3rd, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    New Zealand has always boasted a clean, green, environmentally utopic image to the rest of the world. We pride ourselves on being 100% pure and natural, but sadly our badge of honour is fading and our true colours are starting to shine through. Pollution coupled with the increasing amount of solid and liquid hazardous waste is a growing concern, threatening our environment, our oceans, our sustainability, and our health.
  • Your Express Guide To Protective Equipment
    published on June 12th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Protective Equipment Explained - This section gives advice about general personal protective equipment (PPE), which may be required to protect against injury. Hard hats: On almost all sites there is a risk of injury from falling materials.
  • Workplace Safety: Get Employees Involved
    published on May 31st, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    For some employers' safety is the most important aspect of their business, a healthy investment which their company strives to promote throughout the workplace. Yet others see safety as code for an over burdensome waste of time, money, and effort. For businesses struggling with safety culture improvement, here are a few tips to raise and increase awareness.
  • 5 Types of Materials to Store in Your Flammable Storage Cabinet
    published on May 30th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Easily ignited materials like gases, liquids and solids must be stored carefully. The flammable storage cabinets are essential to protect the workspace and workers. Also, the right flame proof material should be used to match the specific type of substance that is being stored.
  • GHS SDS and Importance of Keeping Them Updated
    published on May 25th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Non-compliance happens because the upstream supplier has not supplied the GHS SDS and the user/dealer has not been diligent enough to check this. Manufacturers and dealers must first check their inventory and tally this against the SDS in their possession to make sure all such data sheets are updated.
  • Know About CLP-REACH Specific Classification of Specialty Chemicals
    published on May 25th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Business in chemicals in the EU is different and more complex because of REACH and CLP regulations that are inherently more complex. CLP regulation defines criteria for labeling, classification, and packaging of hazardous chemicals in the EU, whether these are for industrial use or for consumer use, even chemical products used in small quantities.
  • Some Aspects of GHS Safety Data Sheets
    published on May 18th, 2017 at 12:43 AM
    Nations across the world are adopting the UN recommended Globally Harmonized System of classification and labeling of chemicals with the purpose of achieving several objectives. One objective is a protection of the health of workers involved in the chain of processing, storage, handling and transportation of chemicals. Another is to safeguard the environment.


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