Workers who witness a co-worker’s injury or death may be traumatized – and distracted from working safely – after the incident. What can safety professionals and employers do to help workers regain their composure and refocus on safety?
Washington – A new notice from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service outlines procedures for agency inspection personnel on notifying OSHA when they observe workplace hazards.
It’s not uncommon for workplaces to hold preparedness drills covering a number of different disaster scenarios, including fires, earthquakes and tornadoes. But what about drills simulating a gunman attack?
Katy, TX – Companies around the world are changing their approach to occupational safety by recognizing the benefits of safety management, suggests a recent survey from certification and consulting firm DNV GL – Business Assurance and research institute GFK Eurisko.