OSHA Safety Equipment Education Blog
Fall protection equipment needs inspecting. Inspections are required by the manufacturer and OSHA before each use. These inspections are to be performed by a competent person.
The roof top access and exit point for roof top ladders requires fall protection. This is an often overlooked fall hazard. The solution to this fall hazard is so simple. There is really no need to neglect it any longer.
Fall protection equipment is also referred to as a fall arrest system. Knowing what the proper safety gear is can help save you from a fall at work.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets requirements on gas meters in order to ensure worker safety by promoting proper alertness.
The ANSI is the American National Standards Institute which is an organization responsible for supervising the development of standards for many things.
When you’re working a potentially dangerous job where toxic gases can be detected, it’s essential that you carry a portable gas detector to maintain safety.
When dealing with hazardous fumes, you need to institute the best practices for calibration gas safety, so as not to endanger the lives of workers.
To keep workers safe, a confined space tripod inspection list must be ready and followed at all times when it is necessary to lower a worker.
Knowing whether your gas detectors are functioning properly is integral to worker safety. Bump testing of gas detectors ensures operability.
With the pandemic still ongoing, knowing what N95 and P100 respirator ratings mean will help you better protect yourself and others around you.