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BOP/BOPR Price Increase

To All DVSC Customers, The Delaware Valley Safety Council is a member of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC). ARSC is an organization comprised of twenty-four safety councils nationwide that is responsible for the Basic Orientation Plus® and the Basic Orientation Plus® Refresher safety training programs. These programs have saved lives, prevented injuries and […]

DB​I-SALA® Lad-Saf™ Sleeve – Stop Use and Voluntary Recall / Replacement

​​DB​I-SALA® Lad-Saf™ Sleeve – Stop Use and Voluntary Recall / Replacement At 3M, customer safety and confidence are high priorities.  In light of reported incidents and potential misuse scenarios involving the original Lad-Saf sleeve, 3M has discontinued sale of the original sleeve, and is voluntarily recalling all original Lad-Saf sleeves.    Please click on the […]

Could the EU Referendum Impact Worker Safety and Health?

The British Occupational Hygiene Society is pledging to continue to lead on worker health protection following Britain’s historic referendum vote to leave the European Union. The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS), the Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection, is warning against any slackening of pace in efforts to reduce what it calls “the unacceptable burden […]

5 Steps to Bloodborne Pathogen and Needlestick Injury Prevention

Bloodborne pathogen exposure is a major concern in many workplace settings. This is especially the case for first responders, healthcare professionals, and even housekeeping personnel in certain industries. One of the best things to do is to make sure that every worker is properly informed about the dangers of needlestick injuries and bloodborne pathogens. Here are […]

FAQs: OSHA for Small Businesses

These days, there’s always a new small business starting up. It’s the age of the entrepreneur. While this is great for our economy, it also brings up the issue of workplace safety. Just because you’re in a small business environment doesn’t mean that you can sacrifice the health and safety of your workers. OSHA training is the […]

Big Data: OSHA Is Poised to Create Massive Data Set of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

New federal requirements for injury data collection take effect August 10, will “nudge” employers to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. OSHA today issued a final rule to modernize injury data collection to better inform workers, employers, the public and OSHA about workplace hazards. With this new rule, the agency says it is applying the insights […]

7 Steps to Compliance in Construction

Construction safety is a multifaceted issue. For one, you want to keep operations in full swing—while making sure that your workers are safe on the job. After all, no one likes to deal with accidents or injuries at work. Another crucial aspect of having safety programs like the OSHA 10-hour training or OSHA 30-hour training […]