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MSDS Requirements

Chemicals can pose a variety hazards that can range from mild irritation to possible death. OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard is designed to ensure that workers and employers have information about these hazards and can establish appropriate protective measures. One important source for this information is the safety data sheet (SDS). Read more...

Holiday Season Safety

Statistics show that employee injuries are more likely to happen off the job, especially during the holidays. Encourage your workers to consider the hazards of the season and to take the proper precautions before heading out on icy roads. Read more...

Tips for Avoiding Slips and Falls

Falls are the leading cause of injury in the workplace. Keep these tips in mind to avoid an injury. Read more...

Eating Healthy Throughout the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving Day is traditionally a day to enjoy the bountiful harvest and to enjoy the fruits of that harvest. But eating in an unhealthy way - even if only for a day - can cause illness, which is not something to be thankful for! Read more...

Winter Season Has Arrived

As we move into the winter season, it is important to learn about cold safety. Whether employees face the cold indoors or outdoors, there are steps one can take to prevent cold-related health problems. Read more...

Proper Lifting Helps Avoid the Common Workplace Injury

There are a wide variety of injuries that can happen to the back. Some injuries are serious enough to require surgery and others can lead to permanent disability. Read more...

In Case of a Fire

OSHA states that every required exit be “continuously maintained free of all obstructions or impediments to full instant use in the case of fire or other emergency." Here are a few requirements on how to keep exit routes safe. Read more...

Back Injuries: A Common Workplace Injury

Although they may not be as dramatic as fatal accidents or amputation incidents, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) can be extremely painful for employees, as well as costly for the Company. Back injuries are one of the most common workplace injuries and among the most common MSDs. Read more...

Reacting Safely During a Driving Emergency

Think fast! You're traveling at 70 miles per hour on a busy highway, and you just blew a tire! Or perhaps there's a light drizzle, and your car hit an unexpected slick spot and started to fishtail. Or maybe you put your foot on the brakes - and nothing happened. Read more...

Increased Injuries from "Distracted Walking"

Did you know distracted walking from using a mobile phone could be a safety hazard? Do you often find your employees using their mobile phones while walking down the street or around your facility? Even if on company business this could be hazardous. Read more...

Avoid Hazards Due to Flooding

We are still in hurricane season. Even if you are not in a hurricane prone area, floods can happen at any time from adverse weather. Response and cleanup in flooded areas risk encounters with hazards. Read more...

Tips for Avoiding Workplace Slips and Trips

Slips, trips, and falls are the third largest cause of workplace injuries, contributing to more than 100 million lost workdays and costing nearly $36 billion annually.   Read more...

Safety Data Source Offering New Service to Offshore Contractors

This service is focused on a new regulation placed on offshore facilities called Safety Environmental Management Systems (or SEMS) as it is better known.   Read more...