In Episode 20, the S+H editorial team discusses human and organizational performance – the operating philosophy also known as HOP. Also: Brett Brenner, president of Electrical Safety Foundation International, shares the ins and outs of electrical safety.
In Episode 19, the S+H editorial team discusses the benefits and challenges of being a one-person safety team. Also: Julia Abate, executive director of The Ergonomics Center at North Carolina State University, answers our questions about ergonomic concerns as more workers return to their physical work locations.
In Episode 18, the S+H editorial team discusses the pros and cons of safety incentives, along with OSHA’s evolving stance on the topic. Also: Transportation safety expert Brian Hammer answers our questions about road safety, as more workers begin to commute to their workplace again.
In Episode 16, we discuss our feature story on hazard communication training and ways to reinforce training on the job. Also: Veteran safety professional Pam Walaski talks about the challenges and opportunities for women in safety.
What does OSHA consider a “competent person”? In Episode 15, the Safety+Health team talks about the requirements. Also: Jim Spigener, chief client officer at DEKRA, helps break down “the ROI of safety.”
Topping the list for the 10th successive year is Fall Protection – General Requirements. Also: The Top 10 “willful” and “serious” violations, a list of the year’s highest penalties, and a Q&A with OSHA’s Patrick Kapust.
In Episode 13, the Safety+Health team discusses situational awareness for workers and how it can be impacted on the job. The team also welcomes safety leadership expert Don Groover from DEKRA, who talks about leadership during – and after – the COVID-19 pandemic.