The construction industry topped the list of the most dangerous industries in the world on fatal injury rates. There are many risks in worksites, including falls from heights, collapsing trenches and scaffoldings, electric shocks, blasts, inadequate use of personal protective equipment, and repetitive motions.Continue reading “Construction Site Safety Procedures”
In order for an industrial facility to run efficiently for long-term, it is critical to ensure that it is a space where workers can function and do their day-to-day tasks with minimal safety risks. This is especially true in facilities where large, moving equipment requires manual interaction with the personnel, which exposes them to a plethora of injuries, particularly hand injuries.Continue reading “Ways to Improve Hand Safety Inside an Industrial Workplace”
It is vital for any industrial complex to have a mandatory safety inspection on their area to eliminate the existence of fatal accidents and sudden exposure of workers through hazardous chemicals during operational hours.Continue reading “Administering a Daily Safety Inspection Checklist”
Most industrial facilities where workers are exposed to hazardous materials every day are required to invest in proper Personal Protective Equipment+. Even though there are lot of advanced safety equipment that is available on the market, it is still imperative for these facilities not to settle for cheap safety equipment because the overall safety of their workforce will be at risk.Continue reading “Protective Footwear: A Guide to Safety Footwear Regulations”
Safety and Health Management plays a critical role in any workplace. Without the effective use of this particular worksite requirement, your operations may always be prone to severe accidents that can cause disruptions or even affect the physical well-being of your workers.Continue reading “6 Trends for Environment, Health and Safety Management in 2019”
Worksites are prone to unexpected occurrence of hazardous material, this can be present during operational hours, and can also be a cause of an incorrect hazard assessment inside your facility.Continue reading “Work Site Safety: What to do When Hazardous Materials are Exposed?”
Real-time and event-based tracking of oil and gas data give a lot of benefits, especially when it comes to ensuring the safety and protection of workers in the oil field. While Oil and Gas industry is still in the early stages of employing big data analytics, most players in the industry are already utilizing data manipulation tools and software to locate and process oil and gas resources, as well as to optimize and control their operations.
Having a high level of safety and productivity inside a work site is a reflection on how professionally trained the workers and managers are when it comes to doing their day to day tasks. In order to achieve such a feat, it is essential for companies to design and implement a detailed health and safety plan, especially if hazardous materials are present inside the facility.
Work sites are prone to different hazardous content, and that is why certain areas require specific equipment before they can be accessed in order to eliminate exposure of the workers to such elements. The health and safety risks that these elements present are often taught beforehand to workers, and to follow up a good safety policy inside, different safety signages are also put in place to notify every single employee to always wear their protective suit and to make the level of hazardous content inside that area known to all workers.