New OSHA Alert Focuses on Working Safely in Hot Weather
A new OSHA Alert offers information and resources to protect workers from heat-related illness when performing activities in high temperatures and humid conditions. The latest in a series of alerts addresses safety hazards and solutions that are associated with specific equipment, events, or activities.
The National Safety Council, Ohio Chapter saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads, through leadership, education and advocacy.
Unintentional injuries are the fourth leading cause of death in America. As the nation's leading safety advocate, we engage businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public to address the main causes of unintentional injuries and death. Please take a moment to learn about our top strategic initiatives:
DriveitHOME™ offers parents proven ways they can help their teens reduce crash risk while building confidence and skills during the first year of licensure and beyond. We are encouraging you to visit driveithome.org and share the visually-compelling materials and use them to supplement your existing teen driving materials.
DriveitHome resources include easy-to-understand text and videos and parents can sign up to receive daily tips through email and text messages.
10/24 – Lift Truck Operator, Instructor
10/25 – Aerial Lift , Instructor
10/31 – First Aid, CPR & AED, student
11/1 – DDC-4, student
11/4-7 – Principles of Occupational Safety
11/8 – Incident Investigation
11/11-12 Flagger Instructor
11/13 – BWC Luncheon, Behavior Based Safety, Tom Kelly of BWC
11/13-15, First Aid, CPR/AED, Instructor
11/15 – Bloodborne Pathogens, Instructor
11/20 – Machine Guarding
11/21 – Lift Truck Operator, Instructor
11/22 – Aerial Lift , Instructor