This webinar discusses several scenarios of how hazardous energy accidents happen and how failure to communicate and insufficient or no personal lockout protection can lead to an accident. Todd Grover, Global Sr. Manager with The Master Lock Company, will look in-depth at OSHA requirements for group lockout and cover best-practice group lockout strategies based on ANSI Z244.1.
Fighting fatigue starts with the must-know research and insight found in this free webinar presented by SafeStart. Senior Safety Consultant Warren Picken will cover factors affecting fatigue, the terrifying stats that affect safety, quality, productivity and the bottom line, and why fatigue can’t be eliminated (but how it can be managed corporately and individually).
The practical application of NFPA 70E to real-world electrical safety programs and OSHA compliance can be confusing and overwhelming. Register now for this free presentation by Jay Smith of Lewellyn Technology. He will provide an in-depth look at the requirements found in the 2015 edition of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
Register today for a free webinar presented by George D. Haber, Ph.D., global instructional system design director for DuPont Sustainable Solutions. The webinar will cover the human element in safety and aspects of The Risk Factor.
We all hear words like “big data,” “data scientist” and “predictive analytics.” What do they really mean and how can they help predict incidents and drive prevention? Register now for a free webinar presented by Predictive Solutions. You'll learn about the role of the data scientist and how they use their skill set to create meaningful predictive models based on leading and lagging indicators.
Join Walt Disney Company, Xcel Energy and Martin Marietta for a discussion on the ‘why’ of contractor management. These companies are taking a proactive approach to managing their relationships with third-party contractors, suppliers and vendors.
Join Brady's Lockout Safety Practitioner Scott Stone as he reviews: alternative Method Procedures; what tasks require these procedures; how to develop Alternative Method Procedures and how to sustain Alternative Method Procedures.