ISQEM, one of the leading International Safety Quality Environment Management Associations. will be adding for FREE, details of suppliers to our website. This will allow members to locate suppliers of goods and services in different countries. We will be having a ISQEM links page for the following categories connected with HSQE;
•Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
•Safety Equipment / Fire Equipment
Added by Wayne Harris on July 29, 2012 at 4:03am — No Comments
If you haven't checked out the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website lately, you should head over there right away, especially if you need training or are in charge of making sure others are properly trained in safety.
Here's what you'll find…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on May 10, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
From the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association website:
The Construction Health and Safety Manual is our most comprehensive health and safety guide. It's a must-have for every construction worker and helps you recognize and protect yourself against health and safety hazards.
Two versions of the manual…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on May 2, 2012 at 9:41am — No Comments
We've been talking about the GHS for the past three posts. Now that we've learned a little more about what it is, why it's needed and what needs to be done to comply with it it's time to actually start making the changes and doing the training that is required.
Fortunately, help is available. I've located a site for you where you can download a complete GHS Compliance kit that gives you…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on April 17, 2012 at 9:45am — No Comments
As the saying goes,
"One size earplug does not fit all size ears."
Introducing MAX Small.…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on March 14, 2012 at 9:52am — No Comments
If you've got tinnitus, a condition that results from having damaged cochlea from too much exposure to noise, than Stanford university wants to help you. Even if you don't, the sounds that they provide on their Tinnitus Masker web page, can be used to "sleep, think, study, meditate, read or concentrate. The sounds will induce a relaxed state and evoke a feeling of warmth. If you are in an office…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on March 2, 2012 at 9:52am — No Comments
Free is good, right? Especially when it comes to something that might otherwise take you a whole lot of time to put together. Today I want to make you aware of a free app you can download and customize, to make you workplace audit much, much simpler.
Completely free, fully customizable workplace audits for every…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on February 23, 2012 at 10:16am — No Comments
Everyone likes FREE! Free is good, so you're going to love the link I'm going to provide today because it's a website on which everything is free and everything relates to safety.
Here's a brief overview of what you'll find there:Continue
When disaster strikes, it's a bit late to start scrambling around looking for the forms that you need.
Fortunately, www.freeOSHAinfo.com has got you covered as far as having an accident investigation form on hand.
Download the free form. It walks you through:
Added by Safetyguy08 on January 3, 2012 at 9:58am — No Comments
Whether or not you work and live in CA, you can still take advantage of the Cal/OSHA website's publications. There are twelve of them available as follows:
Added by Safetyguy08 on November 10, 2011 at 9:56am — No Comments
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has made available for free, a large database of "industry-recognized" pictorials that relate to safety.
From the AEM website database:
This database was developed to assist designers and technical illustrators in communicating effective safety messages through the use of…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on October 12, 2011 at 9:51am — No Comments
Finding videos and good training material for safety meetings can be a challenge. Sure, you can purchase them to show but once you've shown it you're just sitting on a DVD that probably costs you quite a bit and which only got used once.
Next time you need training DVDs, turn to OSHA. They've got a lending library that is pretty extensive.
The principle is simple. It operates just like your local library. Just request the DVDs you want (You can have up to 15 out at one time)…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on October 5, 2011 at 10:06am — No Comments
As a safety professional you know the importance of checklists. Without them things that should get done often don't. With them everything that needs to get done, whether we are talking about entering a confined space or a lockout/tagout audit, is one by one checked off to make sure that nothing has been overlooked.
The problem is often making sure that the checklist that you are using is, in fact, complete and that nothing has been left off of it.
Does anyone remember how we used to work and do research before the internet? For safety professionals, the internet is an incredible resource. There is no need to create your own forms, no need to rewrite all the material and no need to reinvent the wheel.Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on September 21, 2011 at 10:15am — No Comments
Miller Fall Protection, one of the leaders in fall protection, has come out with a manual entitled "Statement of Best Practices of Personal Fall Protection Systems for Aerial Work Platform Equipment". Here's what they have to say about this document:
Rental businesses, manufacturers, associations, educators, regulators, users and operators have joined forces to produce a Statement of Best Practices…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on August 18, 2011 at 9:49am — No Comments
If I'm to go by the stats for this blog there are a lot of you out there looking for safety meeting "stuff". Almost 1/3 of the hits that I get on this blog are from searches related to "Safety Meeting" talks (funnily enough, the OSHA cowboy, bullrider, santa, streaker, etc… is the second highest topic, showing that safety people do have a sense…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on August 16, 2011 at 10:06am — No Comments
The Oklahoma State University website is a site that you need to bookmark because you're going to go back to it time and time again. Why? Simply because they've got a great selection of free handouts, free forms, free templates and more, all relating to Environmental Health and Safety.
Got a safety meeting to prepare? This section of their website will keep you busy for a very long time.
Here's a list…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on August 12, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
The "Network of Employers for Traffic Safety" (NETS), in conjunction with the Department of Transportation (DOT) is providing free downloadable material for "Drive Safely Work Week (DSWW). Focusing on distracted driving the material is part of the "Focus 360°: Getting there safely is everyone's business" campaign. It focuses, not only on the driver but also on pedestrians, bikes and passengers, making it something that is essential to all of us.…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on August 11, 2011 at 9:53am — No Comments
Underground Construction is an important resource for any contractor, municipal manager or engineering professional involved in the construction, rehabilitation and remediation of underground pipeline systems.
Coverage extends to the entire underground utilities infrastructure market including water/wastewater, oil,…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on August 9, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Got ladders? Got workers who use those ladders? The www.Laddersafetytraining.com is the website for you. Here's what they have to say about what they offer:
"This free training site is intended to provide you the proper techniques to select, inspect, set-up, use and care for the various ladder styles." "These training modules were developed by the American Ladder Institute to promote safe practices in…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on July 12, 2011 at 9:55am — No Comments