Watch high-definition video of arcs in real 480-volt equipment and video of full-scale, outdoor flash fires. Once you see the effects, and learn about the importance of wearing FR clothing properly, it should make you a believer in flame-resistent clothing.
A free webinar exploring the evolution of contractor/supplier risk management. Avetta's Laurie Knape will discuss current challenges and mitigation methods, and outline what the future may hold for contractor management.
Watch a webinar covering risk-taking, and how to bring about a change in the behavior of these individuals. How do individuals perceive and interpret risk in their daily lives? How do we condition the mind to consider a group input to change individual decisions? How do we consistently apply risk response techniques in situations where we tend to use risk reaction?
Join Columbia Southern University for a webinar discussion and Q&A session focused on linking mobile devices and workplace safety. CSU’s occupational health and safety professor Ralph Blessing will lead the discussion on worker distraction hazards, liability and more.
Manufacturers struggle to manage product quality, achieve on-time delivery, and reduce product and process risks. However, one of their most important assets – employees – should also be included in failure modes and effect analysis (FMEA) risk assessment. This webinar will identify key risk areas affecting workers and how FMEA can identify and manage those risks for a safer work environment.
Join DEKRA OSR Senior Vice President Don Groover and DEKRA OSR principal consultant and Brain-Centric Reliability expert Rajni Walia for a webinar that looks at how concepts such as human vision fatigue and cognitive fatigue affect safety and provide ways to address the work system rather than simply changing the worker.
Join a free webinar presentation on how to identify and mitigate your organization's risk factors for serious injuries and fatalities. Learn why the old safety management principle – that reducing minor injuries will decrease the more serious ones – may turn out to be an imperfect assumption.