I think a good argument could be given in support of this claim regarding most of OSHA regulations. Is this the first time he has actually figured this out? I have an idea. How about the front line safety officer be in charge of drafting the rules?
Jay D. Rohman www.EncouragingSafety.com
There are plenty of garden tools and equipment that require care and attention, but they are not the only things that cause accidents and injuries in the garden.To remain safe and free from harm you should consider the following 5 tips, which look at everything from tools and equipment, to hazards that cause trips and…See More
Key Take Away :This food safety compliance webinar will provide an overview of food traceability in the context of food safety management (HACCP, Preventive Controls, GFSI) by defining supply chain traceability as well as internal traceability.Overview :“Traceability is the ability to follow an item or a group of items - be it animal, plant, food product or ingredient - from one point in the supply chain to another, either backwards or forwards” (CFIA, 2016).The webinar will address the need…See More
Whether you're an expert on load cells and capacitors or don't know your fusebox from your frappuccino, it pays to remind yourself of electrical safety procedures when you're working around electricity in any form. Even…See More
Walking Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems (Slips, Trips, and Fall Prevention) In its Spring 2015 Regulatory Agenda, OSHA said this rule would be released in August 2015. It’s now…Continue
Started by Jay D. Rohman. Last reply by Donald R. Schwenke Dec 28, 2015.
Is it possible to use a rectractable line with the anchor point located at the feet?I have read the manufacturers recommendations and they do not recommend this.What do you do if you do not have a…Continue
Started by Tom Trauger. Last reply by Kevin Moore Nov 28, 2010.