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October’s Unsafe Photos

Your monthly installment of unsafe photos. Enjoy, and please use these as guidelines for what not to do!                       

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2017 NSC Congress and EXPO

Last week, RMS Safety had a booth and attended the NSC Congress and EXPO at the Indianapolis Convention Center. The event is the worlds largest annual event for safety, health, and environmental professionals. With over 15,000 attendees and 1000 booths, to say we were excited is an understatement!  Professionals turn to this event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the products and services needed to remain competitive within the industry. The EXPO lasted three days, which allowed many RMS […]

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OSHA’s Workplace Poster Available in 11 Languages

Need the poster below? You can download it for free from the OSHA website in eleven different languages! Click here to see your options.  

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September’s Unsafe Photos

Our monthly installment of unsafe photos. Use these photos as a guideline of what NOT to do!                         

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OSHA Proposed Extension to Deadline for Crane Operator Certification Requirements

OSHA issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to extend the employer’s responsibility to ensure crane operator competency and enforcement for crane operator certification to Nov. 10, 2018. The proposed delay is to address stakeholder concerns over the operator certification requirements in the Cranes and Derricks in Construction standard. Click here to read the proposed rule.

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August’s Unsafe Photos

Enjoy our monthly installment of unsafe photos!                         

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June’s Unsafe Photos

Our June compilation of funny, unsafe photos. Enjoy!                    

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NUCA Calls for Trench Safety Stand-Down

The National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) is encouraging all municipalities and contractors who work in excavations to participate in a nationwide Safety Stand Down during the week of June 19, 2017.  In case you’ve never facilitated or participated in a “Safety Stand Down” they are basically a scheduled meeting with all employees about a specific topic of interest.  Although it may sound a lot like a standard “Toolbox Talk” they are a little different in a few ways.  First, they are usually endorsed […]

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Online Training Trivia Game

One of our Managers attended a training event this week and learned about a FREE online trivia game that instructors can use during their classes.  The game is called “Kahoot!” and it allows the instructor to create a set of multiple choice questions that can be answered by students in the class.  The game awards points for correct answers (more points for quicker answers) and displays a Leader Board after each question.  This can help build interaction, assessment, and competition into […]

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Enforcement of Silica Standard Delayed

On April 6, 2017 OSHA announced a delay in the enforcement of their new Silica Standard as it applies to construction.  OSHA is saying the reason for this delay is to allow them more time to conduct additional outreach and provide educational materials for employers.  Enforcement for this standard was initially set to begin June 23, 2017 but is now scheduled for September 23, 2017.  Some of the employer organizations that have been actively challenging this new standard are continuing […]

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