March 22, 2021
Total Safety announced today the global launch of their new SafeTek™ worker safety technology solutions that will improve the protection of workers worldwide. SafeTek™ is a continuation of Total Safety’s commitment to delivering industry leading worker safety solutions that incorporate new and emerging connected, data-enabled technologies, equipment, and services. Ensuring The Safe Wellbeing of Workers
February 11, 2019
When workers have to perform duties within confined spaces, they will likely be their colleagues’ sight. This could result in increased risk to their personal safety if they cannot be seen and there is an issue with the space, such as the presence of hazardous gas. Since these spaces are not designed for continuous occupancy or have
September 3, 2015
Smartphones can become vital tools for workplace safety.
July 27, 2015
Beginning Aug. 3, a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulation designed to protect construction workers from hazards associated with confined spaces will go into effect.
Though work sites have been made safer through stricter standards and advanced personal protection equipment, some cases of workplace injury are unavoidable.
July 21, 2015
Portable electronic devices and hand-held machinery are typically powered by battery, whether it be a smaller 9-volt or a larger 24-volt pack.
February 11, 2015
Whether you need to send a quick email or notify employees of a major safety issue, a solid communication system is a must for oil and gas sites. While communication is already a top priority for energy firms, there are various scenarios that companies should prepare for and make sure their current communications systems are
While a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed a decrease in injuries and illnesses, oil and gas companies continue to face the challenge of maintaining employee health and safety while increasing production. Occupational injuries and illnesses dropped to an incident rate of 3.3 cases per 100 equivalent full-time workers, according to