I read this article on safetynewsalert.com and I have a real complaint with Mr. Barab's view point particularly the bold item."New acting OSHA head: His ideas on direction for agencyApril 10, 2009 by Fred HosierPosted in: In this week's e-newsletter, Latest News & Views, OSHA news, cost of safetyThe new interim head of OSHA has said the federal government needs to take a leadership role in workplace safety and health, and in the last eight years the agency has been a failure when it comes…See More
All members are invited to join us for the monthly Online Safety Community live chat at 2pm EST.These monthly scheduled chats are always the second Thursday of every month at 2 p.m. EST.Topic is selling safety in a down economy. Chat leader is Phil La Duke.The chat window is now located at the far bottom of your screen in the light gray bar - click on "Online Safety Community - members online" to engage the chat. See you there!See More
It is my understanding that when pressurized cylinders are placed or used on a cart having a bottom lip around the base where the cylinder sits, this lip qualifies as one of the two securing points. If this is true is there a height or other requirement that it must meet?In case it makes a difference I am talking about standard portable cylinders used in welding operations 100 to 250cf.See More
Sheryl, Welcome to the Safety Community! It's great to have you as a member. Please check out Best Practices when you get a chance and take a short 3 question survey in the post: A Safety Professional's Commute to Work. While you are there please join the group!
Hi Sheryl. Welcome to the online safety community. I am new to this social network and invite you to add me as a friend. I do safety training and offer OSHA, DEP, DOT and MHSA courses and would welcome any questions you may have. Frank
Sheryl, welcome to the safety community. It is a great resource with lots of wonderful safety information. I am the group leader for ergonomics if you have any questions please let me know. Thanks and again welcome
Sheryl, welcome to the Safety Community. I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals. If you have the time, we would benefit from your knowledge and experience with Forum discussion(s).
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 number of potential dangers that others avoid by keeping their feet on the ground. There are a number of steps that you can take to ensure the safety of yourself and your coworkers when working at heights. The best way to avoid injury when working at heights is to mitigate or manage as many risks as possible. While working at heights may never be…See More
Hi everyone!For full transparency ill tell you a little about myself and what I hope to accomplish. My name is Zuber and I'm an engineering student who founded a startup helping to build wearable…Continue
We have what we feel is not a unique situation and were wondering if anyone might of run across this challenge and know more about the requirements. We are building a small machine system that…Continue