Having an efficient and effective management system is important in any company if it aims to improve its safety performance record, according to safety expert from the Dow Chemical Co.
By following a few logical steps to develop an understanding of arc flash hazards, you can help to prevent injury to yourself and those around you.
Do you want your employees to be safe from injuries caused by electrical incidents? Here's how OSHA and NFPA 70E the National Electrical Code can help you achieve that goal.
The leak of a flammable vapor of a product produced only once or twice a year at a North Carolina chemical plant is the likely culprit in a powerful explosion in late January that killed one worker and injured a dozen others, according to federal...
One week before OSHA was set to issue a new standard on acceptable workplace levels of chromium, a new study showed the chromium industry kept data from the federal government regarding health risks to workers exposed to the potentially hazardous...
Improving safety by uncovering some of the mysteries surrounding forklifts.
How a large refinery is taking a unique approach to incentives.
Days after a worker died of his injuries after initially surviving a devastating explosion at a chemical plant in North Carolina, federal investigators returned to the site to conduct a full assessment of the blast.
Workers might have been warned to evacuate a North Carolina chemical plant that was the site of a deadly Feb. 1explosion that injured 14 workers and two motorists passing by.
OSHA proposed $52,750 in penalties for an electrical company in Dora, Ala. following the investigation of an August 2005 fatal accident.