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Jack Lingner's Groups (10)

  • Industrial Rescue

    1 member Latest Activity: Jul 1, 2014

    According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and OSHA two-thirds of all confined space fatalities occur among would-be rescuers. To prevent…

  • Construction Safety

    52 members Latest Activity: Oct 9 All aspects of safety in construction!

  • Ergonomics

    160 members Latest Activity: Dec 7

  • Utility

    93 members Latest Activity: Oct 5 Utility - Generation, T&D, Gas, Water, Communication

  • Oil & Gas (Petroleum) Industry

    75 members Latest Activity: Oct 26 This group is for Oil & Gas Industry representatives. It is intended to assist E&P, up-stream, mid-stream and down-stream owner operators. And a…

  • Social Media for Safety

    43 members Latest Activity: Oct 26 A place to discuss tips, tricks and ideas for using social media tools to communicate, educate and raise awareness of safety issues. On Twitter,…

  • Portable fall protection

    24 members Latest Activity: Oct 9 Visit our website, send messages

  • Construction

    269 members Latest Activity: Dec 4 For those working in Carpentry, Drywall, Electric, General Labor, HVAC, Landscaping, Masonry and Plumbing.

  • Fall Protection

    135 members Latest Activity: Sep 19 One of the most life threatening hazards in a work place is a fall hazard. This group is a place to discuss fall protection of all types.

  • Working At Heights

    11 members Latest Activity: Oct 10

    Most employment fields come with their own set of risks, but some are not for the faint of heart. Workers who perform tasks at heights can face a…

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Kyle C. Johnson posted a discussion

[General Industry] What is your workplace's policy on headphones? Working on one currently.

I have been tasked to create a headphones (and cell phone) policy for my employer. I am relatively new to this company, but so far they've let everyone listen to headphones and mess around with their phones at any time, anywhere. Even the PIT drivers. It's insane. My initial reaction is to say NO HEADPHONES WHATSOEVER, but my ops manager is concerned it will drastically reduce morale. I suggested that each department should have their own radio and they can play music for everyone to hear, at a…See More
8 hours ago
John Robinson posted a blog post

Nutrition Facts labels of pure maple syrup and honey

FDA Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, has announced a major overhaul of the FDA’s update to the Nutrition Facts label on products. This overhaul, the first in nearly twenty years, is aimed at empowering consumers by furnishing information on Nutrition Facts labels pure maple syrup and honey that ensures greater accuracy and is more science-based. With this, the FDA wants to help consumers make more informed and healthier choices.This update to the Nutrition Facts label has incorporated the latest…See More
16 hours ago
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[General Industry] What is your workplace's policy on headphones? Working on one currently.

I have been tasked to create a headphones (and cell phone) policy for my employer. I am relatively new to this company, but so far they've let everyone listen to headphones and mess around with their…Continue

Tags: general, industry, distraction, music, phone

Started by Kyle C. Johnson 8 hours ago.

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Tags: elite, crest, technologies, intelligence, Artificial

Started by emmablisa on Monday.

Distracted Driving 1 Reply

****WARNING**** Despite the fact that this is a life event portrayed by actors, it's graphic. This video should be part of…Continue

Tags: texting, fatality, safety, car, driving

Started by Wendy. Last reply by Jen McDade Dec 5.

Safety update: OSHA announces fit-test procedures 1 Reply

Fabricators as well as other workers may be required to use respirators to protect themselves from inhaling fumes, particles, or dust when performing cutting, grinding, welding, coating, or painting,…Continue

Tags: online, training, Safety, workplace, PPE

Started by Safety Training International. Last reply by Jen McDade Dec 4.

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