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Category Archives: Emergency Response

Why Proper Battery Care & Maintenance is Critical for Worksite Safety

September 21, 2022

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.

How to Better Manage Emergencies With Industrial Communication Systems

July 27, 2022

Whether you need to send a quick email or notify employees of a major safety issue, a reliable communication system is necessary for industrial job sites such as petrochemical plants. While communication is already a top priority for energy firms, there are certain scenarios that companies should be prepared for and test that their current
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How to Prevent Heat-Stress in High Temperatures

July 24, 2022Staying Hydrated Happy workers

Heat-related illnesses are a serious hazard on industrial work sites, especially those that are outdoors during summer months.

5 Fire Protection Tips for Oil & Gas Worksites

October 22, 2020

With the flammable chemicals, gases and materials used in the oil and gas industry, employers are paying great attention to fire protection in the workplace. Controlling fire hazards is a key part of ensuring worker safety on extraction, refining and other sites. In complying with rules established by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
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Protecting Lone Workers

September 2, 2020

Lone workers face additional safety hazards as, in addition to the risks present for all workers on a job site, they cannot call out for help to a fellow worker in the event of an emergency.

Disaster preparedness: Workplace safety for the worst scenarios

December 8, 2017

Disaster preparedness can’t be overlooked by safety managers.

Six years after fatal explosion, regulations on offshore drilling tighten

April 19, 2016

Six years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and explosion, the Obama administration has released new regulations for offshore oil and gas drilling.

How to increase lone worker safety

February 8, 2016

Lone workers face additional safety hazards as, in addition to the risks present for all workers on a job site, they cannot call out for help to a fellow worker in the event of an emergency.

Evacuation procedures and respirator use crucial to fire safety

January 11, 2016

Failing to train employees on fire safety and respirator use can result in OSHA citations, injuries and even fatalities. 

Smartphones vital to safety

September 3, 2015

Smartphones can become vital tools for workplace safety.