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You already understand that wearing a hard hat is essential for protecting your most valuable tool: your brain. The effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be devastating -- not just for the injured, but for their families as well. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

If a typical day on the job requires workers to don respiratory systems due to potentially hazardous conditions, it's safe to say your job is anything but typical! Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

Industrial firefighting isn't like municipal response; the environments, site-specific hazards, facilities, and access areas can all be different – and post a unique set of challenges. Read more

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OnDemand | Gas detection equipment has become smaller, faster in response, more durable and provides more data on safety conditions of workers. Read more

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National Safety Council Congress and Expo- Houston 2018 Read more

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Successful turnarounds require the safe completion of all tasks – which means that safety has to be everyone’s responsibility. To ensure total commitment to safe turnarounds, every process and safety team member should be involved at every phase. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

Without question, maintaining an up-to-date safety program can be nearly a full-time endeavor. Read more

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Personal safety is a primary concern for every lone or remote worker in an industrial setting. Add in confined spaces or dangerous materials, and the potential for injury increases exponentially. Read more

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It only takes one hurricane to devastate an area. Therefore, having a strong support system ready when needed this hurricane season is key to safety and recovery. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

Confined space projects present major health and safety risks for workers. Planning appropriately can mean the difference between a job well done and disaster. Read more

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Industrial firefighting isn't like municipal response; the environments, site-specific hazards, facilities, and access areas can all be different – and post a unique set of challenges. Read more

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Devices must be properly maintained and calibrated to help prevent injury, death, and property damage from explosions resulting from flammable gas and exposure to other gas and oxygen-level hazards. Ideally, a user will test a DRPGM before each use.. Read more

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