Category: Education & Training

A Review of OSHA’s Fatal Four: Electrical Hazards

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration recognizes four common workplace safety hazards that can easily become fatal if the right precautions aren’t in place ahead of time. In the first entry of this four-part series, we’ll examine electrical hazards – one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four” and a hazard that can strike anytime, often without warning. READ MORE

Yellow vs. Red

Every wonder when it’s ok to cross over (or under) Caution tape? What if that tape reads, “DANGER”? Are you allowed to journey passed that boundary? NMC barricade tapes are designed to help keep you and others safe, whether it is being used for a small home project or if a roll is strung across a large construction site. READ MORE

Understand the danger of ARC FLASH

Arc Flash incidents are responsible for 30,000 injuries per year, 400 of those being fatalities. Arc flash results from an arcing fault where the electric arcs and resulting radiation and shrapnel can result in serious burns, eye injuries and hearing damage. READ MORE

Equipment Hazards In Sight

Representing a combined 9.4% of fatal accidents across many industries – anywhere an object may be flying, falling, swinging or rolling should be subject to certain safety guidelines, especially posting the proper safety identification. Remind employees with the proper warning signs to point out easily overlooked dangers in and around the workplace. READ MORE