The Power Tool Institute, the leading organization for power tool safety resources, information and education, announced the launch of its new online safety video designed to help users better understand the safe way to use miter saws.
For the best ideas in designing care environments to treat diverse people with behavioral and mental health challenges, the starting point is simple: the very specific needs of patients and caregivers, including their needs for safety and a sense of relief.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration released new resources to help protect workers from extreme heat. The new resources include fact sheets to provide information on personal risk factors, the importance of an individual’s hydration status and pregnant worker safety in the heat.
As authorities continue to investigate a crane collapse that rained thousands of pounds of steel debris onto a busy Manhattan, New York, thoroughfare on July 26, the owner and operator of the failed crane are facing scrutiny over past safety failures, as reported by Jake Offenhartz of Claims Journal.