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I Was Injured at Work: CAL OSHA Guidelines

In the state of California, all employers are legally obliged to ensure that their employees have a safe and healthy work environment. The rule is based on the California Occupational and Health Act of 1973 and it also includes the necessity of effective IIP or Injury and Illness Prevention plans. These regulations are applicable to almost all employers in the state irrespective of the…See More
Jul 11, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

How Radiation Changes Your DNA

Ionizing radiation can have a permanent impact on our bodies on an atomic level and can literally change our DNA. When this radiation comes in contact with cells, any of the following may happen:The cell will get damaged but will repair itselfThe radiation may pass through the cell without impacting itThe radiation can prevent the cell from reproducing or cause a mutationThe radiation can kill off the cell. This can be a concern if multiple cells start to die off in one organ such as the…See More
Jun 26, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

High Power Line Workers Safety (How To Prevent Injuries and Fatalities!)

A number of line workers fail to return home each year. They say goodbye to their loved ones only to lose their lives working on or near power lines.At any given time, these workers are exposed to occupational hazards that can either leave them with paralyzing injuries or prove fatal. According to OSHA, some of these hazards include:Working at heightsAdverse weather conditionsWorking in restricted placesCuttingWeldingBurningHigh voltage contactTo prevent injuries and fatalities, OSHA recommends…See More
Jun 25, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

Communication Towers: Commonly Encountered Hazards

Workers who maintain or install communication towers have to climb towers with the aid of ladders and other support structures. Their workplace is about 100 feet in the air in excess of 2000 feet and they have to work in all weather conditions.Needless to say, workers who work on communication towers are constantly exposed to a number of hazards. Some of the common ones include:ElectrocutionFallsFalling object hazardsEquipment failureDetrimental weather conditionsStructural failure of…See More
Jun 20, 2018
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Ways to Eliminate Stress and Anxiety at Work

If you have ever held a job in your life, stress is no stranger to you. Even if you love your profession, there are days when you just can’t wait to get home and unwind. Pressures from meeting deadlines on time, meetings, and even answering emails can take a heavy toll on your physical and emotional state.To prevent it from overwhelming you, here are some things you can do to eliminate stressors in your life:Track stressorsIf work is getting too much for you, you can manage how you deal with it…See More
Jun 8, 2018
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Is Welding Smoke Bad For You?

Welding fumes are toxic fumes which have different compositions depending on the materials that are being welded. This is why most of them contain harmful contaminants that can harm the lungs when inhaled. Limited exposure can still lead to debilitating health effects such as:Lung inflammationLoss of appetiteFluid in the lungsBronchitisCrampsNauseaVomitingAcute…See More
May 28, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

Health Risks of Coal Mining To Workers

The mining industry is rife with dangers many of which cause serious health concerns for miners. These include:Lung DiseaseBlasting and drilling operations dislodge debris in the form of dust particles that are small enough to be inhaled. With persistent exposure, this can cause pneumoconiosis, a lung disease which is incurable. The silica in the dust can also cause silicosis or Black Lung…See More
May 2, 2018
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Making Temporary Construction Fencing Panels

Fencing at construction sites is necessary since it keeps both workers and the general public safe from mishaps on site. If there aren’t any clear boundaries marking off a zone, anyone can wander in and get seriously hurt. With the right precautions in place you can avoid costly lawsuits, fines, deaths and stress.Unfortunately,…See More
Apr 26, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

Response to Marine Oil Spills

Oil spills can wreak havoc on the environment and cause irreversible damage if they aren’t controlled in a timely manner. However, emergency responders need to be trained to react to emergencies quickly and efficiently to prevent more damage. The type of training they receive should depend on their proximity to the spill and whether they need to stop, contain or recover oil from release.For instance, workers who are assigned as early responders to an oil spill should be given more training…See More
Apr 24, 2018
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Heavy Equipment Accidents in Mining

Even though the number of fatalities in the mining industry have reduced in the US, incidents involving heavy machinery and mobile equipment that are used in mines have increased in numbers. These are common in mines that are poorly supervised or have insufficient safety measures.Some of the common heavy equipment accidents in the industry include:Collisions with other heavy…See More
Apr 11, 2018
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What Are The Different Jobs in Construction?

A construction project requires a number of professionals with a diverse range of skills to complete. Here are some of them who are critical to its success:Building Service EngineersBuilding service engineers ensure that the structure is more than just its walls and roof. They ensure that it is outfitted with everything the residents need to remain comfortable. This includes heating,…See More
Apr 10, 2018
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Appropriate Safety Masks to Use to Avoid Inhaling Asbestos

Workers from practically all trades, from factory workers to roofers, carpenters, auto mechanics, plumbers, and others are in danger of being exposed to asbestos on the job. Studies prove that individuals exposed to the mineral for most of their lives are at risk from a variety…See More
Mar 22, 2018
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Top Cal/OSHA Violations and How to Avoid Them

California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health or Cal/OSHA is responsible for enforcing workplace safety standards in the state. According to the laws of the state, all employers have to have an effective and running IIPP or Injury and Illness Prevention Program in place that can prevent health and safety issues in the workplace. This includes but is not limited to plans for workplace hazards, safety communication, and safety training programs.…See More
Mar 20, 2018
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Cold Stress: How People Who Work Outside Handle the Cold

Many jobs require workers to be exposed to cold weather. These include your local postman, couriers, utility repairmen, construction, sanitation and road repair.  Employers of these workers are required to limit exposure to cold when temperatures are in the extreme. Freezing…See More
Feb 14, 2018
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Working Inside and Around the Tank

Safe Work Procedures for Working inside and Around a Tank Inspecting, cleaning and repairing large storage tanks are jobs for those who have been properly trained. These tanks may be located above or below ground.  In either case, facility owners where tanks exist must be certain their employees understand safe work procedures for working inside and around these tanks. In many states,…See More
Feb 7, 2018
Jam Blanco posted a blog post

UST Questions Answered: What is Spill Protection?

Employees in labor industries who are required to undergo underground storage tank (UST) training need to understand the key points in the training courses related to tank spill protection.  Employees who operate tank equipment or perform environmental testing procedures also need training in UST safety and spill protection measures. These employees should be fully knowledgeable of state…See More
Jan 18, 2018

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I Was Injured at Work: CAL OSHA Guidelines

In the state of California, all employers are legally obliged to ensure that their employees have a safe and healthy work environment. The rule is based on the California Occupational and Health Act of 1973 and it also includes the necessity of effective IIP or Injury and Illness Prevention plans. These regulations are applicable to almost all employers in the state…

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Posted on July 11, 2018 at 11:00am

How Radiation Changes Your DNA

Ionizing radiation can have a permanent impact on our bodies on an atomic level and can literally change our DNA. When this radiation comes in contact with cells, any of the following may happen:

  • The cell will get damaged but will repair itself
  • The radiation may pass through the cell without impacting it
  • The radiation can prevent the cell from reproducing or cause a mutation
  • The radiation can kill off the cell. This can be a concern if multiple cells…
Continue

Posted on June 26, 2018 at 6:12am

High Power Line Workers Safety (How To Prevent Injuries and Fatalities!)

A number of line workers fail to return home each year. They say goodbye to their loved ones only to lose their lives working on or near power lines.

At any given time, these workers are exposed to occupational hazards that can either leave them with paralyzing injuries or prove fatal. According to OSHA, some of these hazards include:

  • Working at heights
  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Working in restricted…
Continue

Posted on June 25, 2018 at 6:03am

Communication Towers: Commonly Encountered Hazards

Workers who maintain or install communication towers have to climb towers with the aid of ladders and other support structures. Their workplace is about 100 feet in the air in excess of 2000 feet and they have to work in all weather conditions.

Needless to say, workers who work on communication towers are constantly exposed to a number of hazards. Some of the common ones include:

  • Electrocution
  • Falls
  • Falling object hazards
  • Equipment…
Continue

Posted on June 20, 2018 at 4:45am

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Manila, Philippines
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Marketing
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Marketing Specialist
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Osha Campus
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Trial Registration and Results Reporting on ClinicalTrials.gov

The Final Rule for Clinical Trials Registration and Results Information Submission (42 CFR Part 11) clarifies and expands the regulatory requirements and procedures for submitting registration and results information for certain clinical trials to ClinicalTrials.gov, in accordance with Section 801 of the Food and Drug Administration Amendments Act (FDAAA 801).The Final Rule has been in effect since January 18, 2017. The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) requires trial…See More
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An Introductory overview of the FDA and EMA Requirements

The aim of this webinar is to provide an introductory overview of the requirements demanded by the FDA and EMA (arguably the two most important regulatory authorities for drug developers) for EIM (the IND and IMPD) and to provide an brief review of where the agencies differ as well the commonalities of approach for their EIM dossiers.Although each regulatory authority publishes guidelines and instructions regarding the requirements for the Entry Into Man (EIM) of a new medication, such…See More
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Technology and Safety 1 Reply

What are the most useful tools to have at your fingertips? -Toolbox Talks-JSA-JHA-Daily Reports, etc. What is falling through the cracks that could be an easy fix? Safety Managers, Coordinators and…Continue

Tags: safety

Started by Drew stone. Last reply by Jen McDade on Friday.

Important of Warning sign 1 Reply

Warning sign is a type of traffic sign that guide a hazard ahead on the road. Having proper warning sign on the road provide a healthy environment.Continue

Tags: Signs, Workplace, Safety, Sign, Warning

Started by healthandsafetysigns. Last reply by Jen McDade Jan 14.

Workers paticipation in safety management 2 Replies

Workers paticipation in safety management is the aspect which is required to be implemented in the OHSAS 18001 2007 version. , I invite our experience community members to share their views on the…Continue

Tags: management, safety, in, paticipation, Workers

Started by SafetyRaja. Last reply by Tara safe Dec 27, 2018.

How to improve safety culture of factories 4 Replies

How to improve safety culture of factories having mostly contract and casual ever changing workers for whom training and monitoring both are major issues. Such qorkers are mainly meeting accidents in…Continue

Started by Harkant Dave. Last reply by Jen McDade Dec 24, 2018.

[General Industry] What is your workplace's policy on headphones? Working on one currently. 1 Reply

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. Last reply by Jen McDade Dec 19, 2018.

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