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There are specific safety guidelines for small business contractors. Learn about construction manual guidelines, here.
Fatigue is a condition that is characterized by extreme tiredness, exhaustion, weariness or drowsiness and usually resulting from
Regardless of the industry you work in, it is likely that you will have to perform some type of repetitive or awkward motion during your course of work.
Welding is the process of joining two or more pieces of metal together to form a single piece by melting adjoining areas of each piece and them letting
What hazards are associated with using mobile devices while on the job?
Working alone, especially in high hazard industries can be very risky if basic precautions are not taken.
Occupational driver related deaths in the U.S. account for about 40% of the 4,500 + occupational fatalities in the U.S.
Lockout / Tagout is a hazardous energy control that utilizes locks and tags
Multi-employer worksites are sites at which two or more entities are performing tasks that will contribute to the completion of a common project.
A caught in or crushed incident is an incident that has resulted from a person being squeezed, caught, crushed, pinched, or compressed between two or more
What can you do to protect yourself from Insects, Spiders and Ticks? What about snakes?
A scaffold is an elevated, temporary work platform. There are two basic types of scaffolds:
Silica, also known as “crystalline silica”, is a material found in the earth’s crust and is a component of sand, stone, rock, concrete, brick,
Hand and power tools include tools such as hammers, chisels, screwdrivers, wrenches, wedges, electric drills,
Learn about the safety rules for small businesses and contractors under OSHA.
A chemical is a distinct compound or substance, especially one that has been artificially prepared or purified.
Machine guarding is a practice used in industry to describe the safeguarding of people from a machine’s dangerous contact points, which can cause serious
Housekeeping is a general term used to describe general measures to keep isles clear, shelves from being overloaded and a range of other things which cause
So you're a business owner or you have been tasked with creating the company's occupational safety and health manual, program, plan, policy, etc.
Substance abuse is the use of any illegal substance; or misuse of any legal substance such as alcohol, prescribed drugs, or over the counter medicine.
Struck by incidents are incidents which are produced by forcible contact or impact between the injured person and an object or piece of equipment.
Respiratory protection is a general term used to describe an apparatus that is worn over the mouth and nose, or the entire face or head to prevent
Heavy equipment is any type of material handling equipment used in construction and non-constructions settings such as forklifts, aerial lifts, skid steers,
Confined spaces are spaces which have limited or restricted means for entry or exit and are not designated for continuous occupancy.
An aerial lift is a vehicle mounted device used to elevate personnel. Examples include extendable boom platforms, aerial ladders, articulating boom
Cold stress is a very serious condition that occurs when the human body cannot maintain a safe operating temperature.
Occupational sanitation is the development and application of sanitary measures in the workplace for the sake of cleanliness and protecting the safety and
Countless people are exposed to heat on the job, outdoors or in hot indoor environments. Operations involving high air temperatures
Hazard communication is a general term that describes federal OSHA’s hazard communication standard (HCS) and which aligns with the
A flammable liquid is any liquid having a flashpoint at or below 199.4˚ F (93˚C). Flammable liquids are divided into 4 categories based on their
Manual lifting (also known as heavy lifting) is a general term used to describe the lifting, transporting and releasing of items or materials with the human
Crane operations can be very dangerous both in construction and non-construction environments.
Traffic crashes are the leading cause of on the job fatalities in the U.S. For this reason, we must do everything we can to avoid unnecessary risk, and vehicle
Ammonia is a widely-used refrigerant in commercial, industrial and refinery sites around the world.
Hazard recognition is a general term used to describe the identification and recognition of a hazard.
Abrasive blasting is defined as the use of compressed air or water to direct a high velocity stream of an abrasive material to clean an object or surface
Slips, trips and falls are almost always associated with dangerous walking and working surfaces.
Compressed air (in this context) is a general term used to describe compressed air tanks and related equipment
An emergency is an event that creates a hazard or set of hazards which endanger human safety, health and life.
Asbestos is the name given to a group of naturally occurring minerals that are resistant to heat and corrosion.
Electricity is a form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles either statically as an accumulation of charge or dynamically as a current.
A compressed gas cylinder is a pressure vessel containing a gas or mixture of gases at an absolute pressure exceeding 40 psi at 70˚F; a gas or mixture of
Occupational vibration exposure is exposure to the vibrating effects of a wide range of tools.
A ladder, in the context of this meeting, is a portable device used to access elevated work areas.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous, colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas. Although it has no odor, it is often mixed with other gases that do have an odor.
Trenching and excavation; is one of the deadliest activities in the United States. Approximately two workers are killed each month in trench collapses alone.
A battery is a power storage unit that consists of cells, separators, a battery tray, and an element which has a positive and negative terminal.
Forklift is a term used to describe what OSHA calls a “powered industrial truck” (PIT)
Illumination is a general term used in occupational safety and health to describe units of light which are often represented in foot candles
Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as “PPE”, is equipment worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace
Combustible dust is any material in dust form which can combust, explode and create fire under certain conditions. Even materials such as
Safety software is a simple term used to describe a native software program or web application for managing a business's safety and health responsibilities.
For this meeting, we will define “fire protection” as a protective measure used by employers to prevent fires from destroying property and injuring people.
Noise, or unwanted sound, is one of the most pervasive occupational health problems. It is a by-product of many industrial processes.
Assured equipment grounding is a procedure that assures all permanent and temporary electrical equipment is properly grounded to prevent
Falls are events that happen because of losing bodily support and falling to the same level, lower level or into a piece of dangerous equipment or machinery.