Combustible dust is one of the most under-recognized risks in industrial settings. This is where EHS professionals can become a vital resource to identify and prevent explosions.
A fire must have three things present at the same time in order to burn: fuel,
Job sites are prone to accidents. Despite proper compliance and appropriate preparation and planning,
While not all confined spaces are hazardous, they may be cramped, poorly ventilated, and directly exposed to the sun’s heat.
Failure to initiate a timely rescue operation to rescue a worker from a confined space can have disastrous consequences for any company,
Every day, many professionals go to work, putting their lives at risk. But what are the most dangerous jobs in the US?
Despite meticulous planning and testing, there’s always a chance of getting off track as employees enter or work in confined spaces.
Working in confined spaces can be dangerous. Some common confined space examples may include manholes,
Suppose you work in a manufacturing plant, a chemical facility, or other similar places.
According to a NIOSH study identifying 70 confined space incidents, over one-third of incidents involve multiple fatalities.