If you are not subscribed yet, just click here to get access to the latest issue as well as past issues. This month features an infographic that highlights OSHA's Top Ten citations for 2020 plus a safety training activity to use with the infographic
Back in 2003, I contributed to an article in Occupational Hazards magazine about the unique safety issues facing women at work. Reading through this article reminds me that progress has been slow and we still have much work to do. If you are interested in reading it, click here.
It's December and a time when many people are getting ready to think about the holidays. If you are delivering safety training or virtually this month, the Santa's Workshop Hazard Hunt is a great way to kick off the class.
I've spent a lot of time in online education sessions this past week plus a few virtual networking sessions and I noticed that some people are very involved and others simply lurk on the sidelines. I created this infographic in an effort to share a few tips for those looking to connect more with others in the virtual environment.
In case you are missing all of the talk about voting and elections now that the US election seems to be over, you can take this opportunity to vote one more time and vote for what you believe to be the biggest challenge faced by safety trainers.
The clocks changed this past week and many people have had their normal sleep schedules disrupted. Worker fatigue can lead to accidents. Pay close attention to workers who seem tired and distracted. This infographic provides tips from OSHA on managing fatigue.