AIHce 2009 Expands Certification Options and Enhances Educational Offerings Join OEHS professionals at the largest industrial hygiene gathering of the year FAIRFAX, VA (April 8, 2009) ¾ Thousands of industrial hygiene and environmental health and safety professionals from around the globe will meet at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, May 30-June 4, to take part […]
New CPR / AED Release from American Safety & Health Institute The American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) introduces an enhanced, content-rich upgrade to the CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace program. April 8, 2009 – EUGENE, OR – American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), a member of Health & Safety Institute (HSI) […]
When OSHA inspects scaffolding, it’s not enough to have erected it properly. The agency also looks at the integrity of the component parts.
3E Company Introduces Global Chemical Incident Response Hotline Service Service offers single point-of-contact for reliable 24-7-365 international hotline infrastructure to aid chemical product stewardship Monday, March 23, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced the availability of its new Global Chemical Incident […]
An OSHA fine isn’t always the only penalty a company can expect from the government when it experiences a workplace fatality.
Safety pros know the risks involved with slippery surfaces and machinery that’s not properly guarded. Here’s a case in which the two combined to create a disabling injury for one employee.
The new federal funding bill will help President Obama carry out his mission to reinvigorate the federal agency in charge of workplace safety.
How do you choose people on your staff to be first responders? A safety manager for an Illinois company found a way to make sure employees were up for the job.
Overexertion injuries: They’re not only the most common type of injury, they’re also the most expensive, making up 25.7% of all workers’ comp claims nationwide.