KEEPING CURRENT

Keeping Current is the place for all things safety. Stay-up-to-date on the latest industry news, statistics and events.

Focus Four Hazards Highlighted by OSHA

OSHA periodically reenergizes its Focus Four Hazards campaign—an initiative intended to raise awareness about the four leading hazards in the construction industry, described by OSHA as falls, caught in or between, struck by, and electrocution. GregorBister / E+ /...

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The Road: Workers’ Most Dangerous Environment

Employees are most at risk every day when they are on the road, whether they drive for a living or commute to an office. That’s why more and more employers are going beyond state law and implementing best practiceswhen it comes to driver safety. Safe Employees Make...

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Working to Eliminate Distractions from Driving

The National Safety Council (NSC) encourages all motorists to observe Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April and this year is urging legislators across the country to enact comprehensive laws to further prevent distracted driving injuries and deaths on our...

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Workplace Chemicals Can Cause Hearing Injuries

Hearing impairment can be caused by exposure both to noise and to chemicals, and the impairment from either of those two exposures can be worse if there is exposure to both. Damage to hearing from chemicals—called ototoxicity; the chemicals themselves are...

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Workplace Safety Now and in the Future

It takes planning to maintain a safe and healthy workplace. Safety and health programs focus on management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards to keep workers safe and save a little green. Take advantage of these...

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March is National Ladder Safety Month

In every step you climb, always put safety first! In the United States alone, more than 500,000 people per year are treated – and more than 300 people die from ladder-related injuries. Since ladders are used in virtually every industry, preventing falls is critical!...

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