Dress Code for Project Personnel is to ensure a consistent, professional, identifiable, and safe mode of dress in the work environment on the Work place and project execution.Here HSSE World will outline a safety tips with the Requirement of the Dress code at work projects Clothing Requirements All personnel shall
Hazards exist in every workplace in many different forms: sharp edges, falling objects, flying sparks, chemicals, noise and a myriad of other potentially dangerous situations. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that employers protect their employees from workplace hazards that can cause injury. Controlling a hazard at its
Below is a photo of my favorite hearing protection – the QB2HYG by Howard Leight.  For most Safety Professionals (and others who are not in noisy areas all day) this may offer the best combination of protection, comfort, ergonomics, and price! [xt_networks title="Follow Us" force_original_colors="yes"] This unique type of hearing protector was specifically designed “for
We are  often asked these four questions on hard hats: 1.  Are hard hats required for this job? 2.  What type of hard hat do I need? 3.  Are stickers & paint allowed on hard hats? 4.  Can hard hats be worn backwards? [xt_networks title="Follow Us" force_original_colors="yes"] In the USA, OSHA’s General Industry standard uses vague
What is climate control in personal protective equipment, and why is it important? “Wearing PPE increases your risk for heat-related illnesses,” NIOSH’s “Prevent Heat-Related Illness” poster (publication No. 2016-151) states. Although this is true in a general sense, it’s somewhat of a paradox because incorporating climate control into your employees’
Below are free “danger” safety signs. More free danger safety signs will be added in the future so check back often. Click the thumbnail to bring up the 11″ x 8.5″ inch version of the sign to print or save. The signs were created in landscape mode so they print better that way than if

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