Posts Categorized: Training

Take a Continuous Improvement Approach to Lockout Tagout Training

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If yours is a workplace where lockout/tagout procedures are part of daily exercises, you’ll want to be mindful that they don’t become secondary considerations. These elements — which as noted by OSHA speak to practices and procedures necessary to disable machinery or equipment so as to prevent the release of hazardous energy while employees perform…

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Small Business Employees Value Workplace Safety

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Small businesses struggling to attract competent employees to add to their workforce may be neglecting to address a factor job seekers hold in higher regard than may be expected: workplace safety. A new survey conducted by Employers Holdings Inc. – a Reno, NV-based holding company with subsidiaries offering workers’ compensation insurance and services for small…

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Safety Shield! Personal Protective Equipment Requirements (PPE)

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PART 1 (of 2): PPE Standards, Requirements, Training The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for enforcing laws to ensure employers provide a safe work environment for employees.  OSHA requires employers to provide a safe and healthful work place to all of their employees.  In order to meet this requirement, the following…

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LP Management Services Opens New Market in Wilmington, DE to Support Safety Training Services

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Effective November 2013, LP Management Services has opened a new regional office in Wilmington, DE to fulfill the demand for safety training services and operational services on the east coast. LP Management Services has positioned a Safety and Operations Training Consultant in the area who will be guiding LP Management Services’ efforts to fulfill clients’…

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The Importance of Troubleshooting for Safe Motor Control Operations

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Motor failure can cause severe problems; having a comprehensive plan for approaching the problem in a safe manner is imperative. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires under its safety required work practices that employers shall ensure electrical equipment is free from recognized hazards that are likely to cause death or serious physical harm…

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