Emergency room wait times
Traffic on the way to the hospital
Inefficiency of the 911 system
Sore, aching muscles
Shadows, glare and poor lighting
Being in a hurry or rushing
Stress or illness
Bulky PPE (including improper footwear)
Taking upapproved shortcuts
Not paying attention or walking distracted
Excess noise or temperature
Failing eyesight and/or visual perception
Inadequate or missing signage
Carrying or moving cumbersome objects or simply moving too many objects at a time
Water stored in a pipe under pressure
Steam or compressed gases
Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck or back
Loss of mobility on the right side of the body
Chest pain or discomfort
Feeling weak, light headed or faint
Shortness of breath
Pain or discomfort in the arms or shoulders
The "Drop Test"
The "Bauer-Figg" Test
The "Scrape" Test
The "Ring" Test
Safety Data Sheets with 16 specific sections (SAFETY DATA SHEETS)
Workers must be trained on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) by December 1, 2013 (TRAINING)
All employees, regardless of whether or not they are spending time in the field, must be able to wear a full-face respirator (RESPIRATOR)
New labeling requirements (LABELING)
Chemical manufacturers and importers are required to determine the hazards of the chemicals that they produce or import (HAZARD IDENTIFICATION)
Manufacturers and importers are required to provide all necessary personal protective equipment in the correct sizes for the intended employees who will use thier chemical with every shipment of chemicals (PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT)
Putting on your safety glasses, hard hat, steel toe boots, and safety vest before entering the work site each morning.
Wetting down the work area where you are generating dust, so that use of dust masks or respirators is not needed.
Rotating workers into and out of job tasks so that no one worker performs a hazardous task for a length of time that could cause exposure.
Using hearing protection around noisy equipment.
In the shop, near the welding area.
The entrance of the parking lot bordering Suffolk Lane
The front door near the reception area.
The parking lot near the shop loading docks