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Industry leader interviews covering safety, 5S, Lean, Six Sigma and continuous improvement topics. 30-minute podcasts on PPE, software, tools, GHS labeling and more. Rich library of safety-related content.

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Early Warning Safety Vest

Early Warning Safety Vest

A safety vest that alerts a roadside worker of oncoming vehicles is in the works. Hear about the InZoneAlert safety vest from Virginia Tech’s Tom Martin. In development now, the safety vest senses the accident avoidance signal from modern cars and trucks. The vest is equipped with a radio receiver which triggers

Dan Clark | January 4, 2016 | Podcast, Safety Vest | PPE, Safety, Workplace Safety


Myths Of Behavior Observation Safety

Myths Of Behavior Observation Safety

Behavior observation means workers watch out for each other. Safety expert Marc McClure shatters myths, tells of reducing incidents with his staff by 80 percent. Marc manages 350 people as Divisional Safety Manager at electrical contractor IES Commercial & Industrial in Grand Island, Nebraska. Marc dispels these fables in this podcast: Myth:

Dan Clark | November 19, 2015 | Behavior Observation, Podcast | OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


Total Worker Health – Explained

Total Worker Health – Explained

Total Worker Health. Dr. Bud Harris says it’s safety goggles and an apple. It’s occupational safety and health protection plus workplace health promotion. An out-of-shape worker is more likely to be injured. Dr. Bud urges companies to follow NIOSH’s Total Worker Health initiative, adding stretching, walking meetings and healthy foods in the lunchroom machines. And

Dan Clark | October 30, 2015 | Podcast, Total Worker Health | Healthcare, Safety, Workplace Safety


Forklifts vs. Pedestrians: Right-Of-Way

Forklifts vs. Pedestrians: Right-Of-Way

Forklifts vs. pedestrians. Who has to stop? People on foot technically have the right-of-way. But some say powered industrial trucks should hold sway. Safety expert Jonathan Jacobi, of Underwriters Laboratories, tells how some companies ask walking workers to cede their right-of-way to multi-ton forklifts. Jonathan also explains how part of OSHA’s standard

Dan Clark | October 9, 2015 | Forklifts, Podcast | Facility Marking, Floor Marking, Forklift Safety, OSHA, Safety, Workplace Safety


HazCom Labels And SDSs – OSHA Talks

HazCom Labels And SDSs – OSHA Talks

HazCom labels and SDSs are confusing – until now. Two OSHA industrial hygienists explain what is happening right now with the Hazard Communication Standard. Hear about HCS 2012 changes in chemical labeling and Safety Data Sheets. OSHA’s Lana Nieves and Sven Rundman of The Directorate of Enforcement Programs discuss major and minor

Dan Clark | September 18, 2015 | HazCom Labels, Podcast | GHS, Hazcom, Labeling, NFPA, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety