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How to Successfully Introduce Safety Into Workplace Culture

According to IOSH (The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health), “safety culture is a combination of the attitudes, values, and perceptions that influence how something is done in the workplace, rather than how it should be done”. It is essential within any organization, from both a safety and a legal perspective, to ensure that a

Understanding Safety Colors

There have been many dramatic improvements to workplace safety that have taken place over the past several generations. One of the biggest things that has improved safety is the use of visual communication techniques. These strategies allow a company to convey important information visually so that employees can take action more quickly and easily to

What does HMIS stand for?

HMIS stands for Hazardous Materials Identification System. It is a rating system that uses numbers and colors to alert people of hazards associated with specific materials. This system was developed by the American Coatings Association with the intent of complying with OSHA Hazard Communication Standards. Today HMIS is used by many different industries because it

Who Uses Process Safety Management?

Process Safety Management

Many facilities need to develop a comprehensive process safety management program, and OSHA has focused its efforts on this standard in recent years. PSM is an important safety standard regarding highly hazardous chemicals and the proper handling of them. In addition to keeping workers safe, PSM aims to prevent potential disasters by reducing the risk

Getting Started with Asset Tagging

Asset tagging

One of the phases in 5S methodology of organization and efficiency is Set in Order. During this step, managers and employees work to ensure every item in a facility has a place and these can be items can be found when needed. For large manufacturing or industrial facilities thought, the sheer number of tools, machines,

Pipe Marking Color Codes

pipe color codes

When marking pipes, you want to make sure employees can tell what’s in the pipe with just a glance, and this is usually done with a color-coding system. The industry standard was developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), an organization that developed the most widely used pipe color code standard. Employees working around

Forklift Pre-Inspection Checklist

Forklift Operator Safety

Most warehouses and manufacturing facilities use forklifts to complete critical daily operations but are also a common safety hazard. Forklift accidents can stem from a variety of problems, one of them being detectable equipment failure. Lowering common risk factors is the most important aspect of keeping forklifts safe for all the people involved in their