Asbestos job risks are especially prevalent at construction and industrial jobsites. Learn more about mitigating these hazards from ClickSafety.
A lack of recognition of hazardous conditions in the workplace is a major contributor to job-related injuries and illness. Visit the ClickSafety blog today to learn what to look for on the jobsite.
Job site workers are at risk for overexposure to lead, which can cause dire health consequences such as infertility, organ damage and even death. For more information, contact ClickSafety today.
To avoid electrical injury in the workplace, your team needs to be aware of the equipment, procedures and training required to lower and eliminate risk. Visit the ClickSafety blog to learn about these tools to reduce exposure, including lockout/tagout, and other electrical safety best practices.
OSHA issued a final rule to protect 2.3 million workers from breathing respirable crystalline silica. Learn key elements of the new standard (+ free Webinar)!
Revised OSHA regulation, Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard now aligns with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
Safety and health programs focus on a proactive approach to eliminate hazards before they cause injury or illness, which Job Hazard Analysis is key to.