HCL’s celebration of National Safety Month continues with our new weekly discussion. Fall Protection in the Workplace In OSHA’s annual list of Top 10 safety violations, Fall protection (29 CFR 1926.501) is consistently number one. In 2017, there were near 7,000 fall protection violations that penalized employers. According to NSC.org, in 2013, 595 workers tragically…… Continue reading National Safety Month – Week 3: Fall Protection & Safety
HCL’s celebration of National Safety Month continues with our new weekly discussion. Prioritizing Personal Wellness People around the world put themselves through a great deal of stress each day. Over time, the effects of strain can have a negative impact on your health. A healthy lifestyle is vital to a happy lifestyle in the home…… Continue reading National Safety Month – Week 2: Personal & Professional Wellness
The National Safety Council has Declared June 2018 National Safety Month. Throughout the month of June, the National Safety Council (NSC) and HCL Labels will be sharing information regarding certain safety topics. For the first week of June, we will discuss Emergency Preparedness in the workplace and at home. For safety tips offered by the…… Continue reading June Is National Safety Month – Emergency Preparedness & Exclusive Offer
In order to think like the Health and Safety professionals, you need to understand a significant piece – Hazard Communication. Also known as “HazCom”, this federally regulated standard provides workers with the right-to-know about their work facility. HazCom identifies and labels potential work-related hazards, and saves thousands of lives each year in doing so. Work…… Continue reading Understanding Hazard Communication Like the Pro’s – HCL’s Ongoing Effort to Promote Safety.
Keeping on top of your work facilities’ hazard communication compliance program can go a long way in terms of avoiding some harsh monetary fines and potential brand identity issues. Read on for more information about proper hazcom labeling so you can stay off of OSHA’s most wanted list.