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NAOSH North American Occupation Safety and Health Week
Results: 3365 Record(s) Found.
10/28/2016 3:40 PM

Major Risk: Moving From Symptoms to Systems Thinking

In the October 2016 issue of Professional Safety, James Loud, CSP, CHMM, posits that major risk is an organizational problem, not a personal problem. In his article, “Major Risk: Moving From Symptoms to Systems Thinking,” he says that OSH must move from symptoms to systems thinking to effectively address major risk and achieve sustainable safety.

10/28/2016 3:16 PM

Exceed Expectations, Your Break From Average

Denis Baker, CSP, President of ASSE’s Oklahoma City Chapter and Vice President, Region III, recently spoke at the ASSE Leadership Conference as part of his presentation, “Exceeding Expectations, Your Break from Average”. In a recent blog post, Baker shared his 9 personal insights about expectations as well as 10 thoughts, tips and actions to help individuals exceed expectations. A few are listed below, be sure to visit Baker's blog for an in-depth list.


ASSE Statement on OSHA’s Updated Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs

"The best-performing companies employ occupational safety and health professionals to implement and manage safety and health programs throughout the U.S. and across the globe. These Recommended Practices can encourage more employers to embrace what ASSE members already know: applying the risk management principles inherent in safety and health management programs succeed in helping make workplaces safe and productive in companies of all sizes.

10/27/2016 7:34 PM

ASSE ErgoPS Publishes Report: Ergonomics Practitioner Environmental Scan Survey

ASSE’s Ergonomics Practice Specialty (ErgoPS) polled more than 300 ergonomics practitioners to learn about the ergonomics training, skill and resource needs in the practitioners’ working area. Further, the group explored whether a good match exists between the practitioner and marketplace needs by conducting a comparison of current professional training and certifications available.


Top 5 Ways to Improve Safety: What Are Yours?

If you were to make a list of five ways to improve workplace safety and well being for employees, what would be on your list? Share your thoughts with us.

10/27/2016 12:33 PM

OSHA Video Examines Fall Protection

Falls once again top the list of violations cited most frequently by OSHA compliance officers. In addition to a web page dedicated to fall protection, OSHA has a video that details the dangers of falls in construction and reroofing.

10/27/2016 12:00 PM

CPWR's Work Safely with Silica Page Allows Visitors to Ask Questions

CPWR’s Work Safely with Silica page is a one-stop source on how to prevent silica hazards and protect workers. The page has resources on learning about a hazard, regulation requirements and offers users the ability to create a plan with a built in tool on the website. There is a new feature on the page available to those who may want to know more. The “Ask a Question” page allows users to ask a question of their own via form.

10/26/2016 1:00 PM

Charting Your ASSE Leadership Path

During ASSE's 2016 Leadership Conference in Oak Brook, IL, four current Society volunteer leaders shared how they became involved in ASSE. Their goal was to illustrate the many different ways members can help advance ASSE and support the OSH profession.

10/25/2016 1:00 PM

IOSH Guide Tackles Workplace Health

The mystery around the so-called “Cinderella to safety”—workplace health--is unpacked in a free guide from the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

10/24/2016 5:45 PM

Case Study Demonstrates Shared Responsibility for Temp Workers

OSHA, American Staffing Association and National Safety Council recently partnered on a fictional case study that provides staffing agencies and host employers information to better protect temporary workers. The case study also provides an example for which party could be found responsible for injury recordkeeping of temporary workers.

Results: 3365 Record(s) Found.


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