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can be even more effective in protecting their workers.
In our podcasts we give short but valuable overviews and insights into how contractors and safety managers can be even more effective in protecting their workers.

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6 Ways To Prevent Workplace Amputations

6 Ways To Prevent Workplace Amputations

Workplace amputations are in the spotlight at OSHA. They’ve updated their National Emphasis Program on Amputations. Hear about best practices to avoid them. Some industries have over double the number of amputations compared to industry norms. In this podcast, Dan Clark shares six tips to keep workers protected from losing a finger,

Dan Clark | October 23, 2015 | Podcast, Workplace Amputations | Lockout Tagout, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


Power Line Safety At Work Sites

Power Line Safety At Work Sites

Power line safety must be checked and double checked when working with lines overhead or underground. Observe the 10 foot Circle Of Safety at any work site. Dan Clark describes the hazards of equipment or vehicles making contact with power lines. Learn about the Circle Of Safety, step potential and touch potential.

Dan Clark | October 20, 2015 | Podcast, Power Line Safety | Crane Safety, Electrical Safety, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


Do You Love Or Hate This Podcast?

Do You Love Or Hate This Podcast?

Podcast: Hot or not? Please give your opinion of The Safety Brief podcast series. We have more than 160 episodes. We want to know if they are helping you. In this podcast, Dan Clark asks you to grade the content of this twice-weekly audio resource. TRANSCRIPT: (:00) intro music and effects (:04)

Dan Clark | October 16, 2015 | Podcast | Safety




Anti-Vibration Gloves A Gimmick?

Anti-Vibration Gloves A Gimmick?

Anti-vibration gloves don’t do much to protect hands and arms from tool and machine shaking. Hear about the initial studies and NIOSH’s recommendations. NIOSH, The National Institute For Occupational Safety And Health, says those purported anti-vibration gloves do a poor job of isolating vibrations from sanders, grinders, pavement tampers and other equipment.

Dan Clark | October 6, 2015 | Anti-vibration Gloves, Podcast | PPE, Safety, Workplace Safety