8 Overlooked Work Site Safety Practices (Infographic)

Worksite safety is one of the most overlooked areas in workforce productivity. Most companies tend to focus only on the output that they are performing rather than the apparent necessity inside a worksite which is the safety of the workers. Some carry an obvious risk, like working with hazardous chemicals and machinery. Others may not be as obvious and will require clear safety guidelines. In each situation, employees must be aware of their surroundings and know how to avoid possible hazards while performing their tasks.

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Tips on How to Distribute Safety Equipment Based on the Level of Exposure of Workers to Hazardous Content (Infographic)

Safety equipment should be distributed to workers with awareness of the different hazards and toxic substances present inside the worksite. One good way to exercise the proper distribution of safety equipment is by implementing model training programs that are prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This program ensures that employers and employees are provided with sufficient information to recognize chemical hazards and take appropriate protective measures – thereby minimizing any potential illnesses and injuries that can be caused by the elements present in the worksite.

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Different Classification of Hazardous Areas in a Worksite

Different Classification of Hazardous Areas in a Worksite

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.

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Essential Tips on How you Should Maintain your Safety Equipment

Essential Tips on How you Should Maintain your Safety Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is a vital safety equipment that every worker uses inside a worksite. It is only beneficial that they will have proper training when it comes to maintaining the quality of their equipment to prolong a safer environment and avoid the exposure of hazardous elements around the working area.

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7 Common Safety Mistakes Every Safety Professional Needs to Avoid (Infographic)

Common Safety Mistakes Every Safety Professional Needs to Avoid

Most workplaces today are much safer than the past since the equipment used are more advanced and modernized. Creating a safer environment for their employees has also become a priority among businesses not only to ensure their operational efficiency but also eliminate the health risks posed by different elements in the workplace.

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Things You Should Know on How to Prepare for Safety Training in Your Workplace

Things You Should Know on How to Prepare for Safety Training in Your Workplace

Every organization is obligated to train and equip their employees to eliminate accidents and physical injuries in the workplace. Safety training also introduces different benefits from both employer and worker; it develops a positive health and safety culture, helps the business proactively respond to identified risks, and also establishes a reputation in the industry.

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Is Safety Training in Workplace Really Necessary?

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) can genuinely help workers be prepared and be comfortable while doing their jobs. However, when different hazards and dangers are presented to your workers, providing them with safety equipment is not enough; it is also essential to give them health and safety training to avoid accidents like severe physical injuries resulting from mishandling tools and equipment inside the worksite.

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7 Tips to Improve Safety in Gas and Oil Worksites (Infographic)

Unlike any other working environment, gas and oil workers are exposed to toxic chemicals that can affect their physical and internal stability. The physical distress that is present in this environment can ultimately affect worker safety by causing an increase in human error including misuse of equipment and inconsistent procedures that can lead to a higher chance of accidents.

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