Register now for a free webinar covering the basics of protecting yourself and your employees from exposure, as well as how to do so without sacrificing your thermal protection. This will include how to neutralize the coronavirus, how to maintain the integrity of your FR/AR garments, and best practices and key points to consider when evaluating and implementing FR cloth facial coverings.
Safety training is critical to ensure employees know how to perform their jobs safely and without injury so they can go home to their families each night. You’ll walk away from this webinar knowing who should receive training, when training should (or must) be provided and why providing training is important. Register now.
Attend this free webinar to gain actionable tips on analyzing your current emergency communication plan so you can spot potential gaps that could slow down response time or prevent people from receiving a critical message. Register now.
During this webinar, medical experts will inform attendees of the importance of nasal sanitization – a proven infection prevention measure used by hospitals that can be easily applied to the workplace setting as well. Key topics: Understanding the role of the nose in the chain of infection; real-world cases and evidence supporting the importance of sanitizing the nose; and
how to implement nasal sanitization in a workplace. Register now.
Learn from two professional auditors with more than 20 years of experience will share lessons and stories from safety and sustainability audits around the world, the role an EHS professional has in the auditing process, why sustainability audits matter and the social and environmental questions covered in sustainability audits. Register now.
During this webcast, J. J. Keller experts will explore the most frequently cited OSHA standards, looking at the most common trouble spots in each standard, as well as what OSHA compliance officers look for and cite the most under each standard. Register now.
This webinar will guide attendees through the proper selection, use, care and maintenance of flame-resistant/arc-rated garments to protect against arc flash. Attendees will gain a thorough understanding of the regulations, standards and program implementation “best practices,” including detailed information on layering for arc flash protection. Register now.
Join OSHA and Safety+Health magazine for an exclusive webinar during which Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, will announce the preliminary list of the agency’s most frequently cited standards for fiscal year 2020.
With National Ladder Safety Month coming up in March, there’s no better time than the present to learn how to keep your workforce safe from preventable falls and well trained in fall protection. Register now.