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Select appropriate PPE for all employees. You must ensure your employees wear appropriate foot, head and eye protection, along with any other PPE you have identified in your risk assessment.... Read More

Working smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. They are a critical first step for staying safe, but in order to be effective,... Read More

Battery powered equipment is commonplace in industry today. However, batteries present hazards that can cause serious injury or death to workers. Batteries are safe, but caution is necessary when touching... Read More

When incidents are investigated, the emphasis should be concentrated on finding the root cause of the incident so you can prevent the event from happening again. The purpose is to find facts... Read More

Scaffold must be sound, rigid and sufficient to carry its own weight plus four times the maximum intended load without settling or displacement. It must be erected on solid footing.... Read More

Whether it’s slipping on a wet floor after a shower or falling down the stairs, injuries due to falls are one of the most common households. Everything from candles to... Read More

All of our Health, Safety and Environment training seminars have been carefully designed to provide a memorable learning experience. Our portfolio of HSE seminars covers a variety of health, safety... Read More

Have a building evacuation plan, know the plan, and practice the plan (Fire Drills). Post building evacuation plans throughout your workplace. Learn the location of the two nearest exits from... Read More

Improper crane assembly. A major reason booms collapse is improper assembly of the crane. In addition, if the crane does not have the proper wood or metal blocking supports to... Read More

Common Causes of Crane Accidents and How to Prevent Them Crane Tipping Due to Improper Outrigger Use. Any tipping incident can be extremely dangerous for both the crane operator and... Read More