PPE for Women: One Size Does Not Fit All

Years ago, the women trailblazers working in construction became aware that their Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) did not fit as it should have. Gloves, hard hats, vests, uniforms, masks,...

How to Prevent Eye Injuries in the Workplace

When vision is impaired, your quality of life and ability to work is affected, which is why preventing eye injuries should be a priority for every safety professional and...

What You Need to Know About Eye and Face Protection

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is commonly one of OSHA’s Top Ten Most Frequently Cited Safety Violations. According to OSHA, thousands of employees are blinded each year from work-related eye injuries...

The ABCs of Chemical Safety

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), chemical exposures cause thousands of employees to become ill every year in the United States, and it is thought that...
A worker in a hazmat suit.

Chemical Exposure Protection – More Than Just Safety Glasses

Providing personal protective equipment to employees exposed to chemicals is more than just handing out safety glasses. Your employees are not protected unless you are providing them with the...

Hurricane Preparedness: Before, During and After the Storm

Hurricanes can cause considerable disruption and damage. So far, we've had a busy season with more storm activity likely to come. Here are steps you can take to help...

Can You Hear Me Now? Ways to Prevent Occupational Hearing Loss

My wife will joke around and say that I am a “selective listener,” also known as “selective hearing.” For example, when we are near each other in the kitchen,...