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    Creating Safe Workplace Environments.

    Resources for a Safe and OSHA-compliant Workplace.

    An effective safety and health program makes companies more competitive in today’s global economy.

    Below are a few links to resources you might find helpful.

    » Safety Pays. Falls Cost. Preventing Falls in Construction from OSHA
    » NIOSH Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction
    » Fall Prevention from Center for Construction Research and Training
    » OSHA Standards for General Industry 1910.133
    » Eye Safety Checklist
    » Case Study: OSHA Safety & Health Topic – Compliance Assistance Success Story, Saddle Creek Corporation Provides Forklift and Golf Cart Drivers with Eye Protection
    » A Clear Vision for Eye and Face Protection, published in EHS Today
    IAEI has, since 1928, been a core leader in the electrical industry and has actively promoted safe products and safe installations.
    Provides the most up-to-date information on asbestos-related illnesses related to workplace safety, including Malignant Mesothelioma. They have a team of patient advocates that work one-on-one with patients and their families connecting them with doctors, treatment centers, support groups, and much more during and after diagnosis.
    This site is designed to provide quick access to a variety of local and national information on disaster preparedness.
    Science Now: It’s Official – Random Inspections Improve Workplace Safety. Article by Elizabeth Norton, May 17, 2012.

    Saw Mill Accident: Lock Out

    February 24, 2010. Two accidents where each worker lost a limb following improper lockout.

    Lockout is ©WorkSafeBC. Use of this video does not constitute an endorsement, direct or implied, of the services and/or products of Linda Light, LLC.

    OSHA Workers' Safety & Health Rights on the Job

    1:25 mins. ǀ February 2015