Your personal security and the security of your family is more important than nearly any other thing in your daily life. We interact with other people, businesses, and frequent many locations that may or may not have security. What do you do in a harmful situation? What should you rely on? On what happens if you are not secured by those responsible for your safety and security? Find out more about these questions and issues by reading through the infographic below which was provided by WapnerNewman – Attorneys At Law.
Have you thought about the possibility that an OSHA inspector could show up at your facility? It could happen, and it’s best to be prepared so you aren’t caught off guard. This infographic explains the four main parts of an OSHA inspection and what you should do during each stage to ensure the inspection goes smoothly. You’ll also find out what to do if you are notified you’ve violated any of OSHA’s safety standards.
Falls are one of the most common causes of workplace injuries. Preventing them doesn’t have to be difficult. You just need to know what to do. This infographic explains the basics of personal fall arrest systems including anchorage points, body support, and connectors. It also demonstrates how to calculate your fall distance, which takes into consideration your height, the length of your lanyard, and the distance needed to decelerate when falling.
An arc flash is a dangerous discharge of energy from an electrical circuit that can result in severe burns, hearing loss, and even death. An arc flash event can occur suddenly, causing injury even if people aren’t touching any of the electrical equipment involved. This infographic lists 10 facts about arc flash that people who work around electrical energy should know. Read and share to spread the word about the danger of arc flash. Infographic provided by https://www.creativesafetysupply.com
This infographic lists the 10 most hazardous jobs in the United States in 2014. This data is published annually by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and includes the jobs that had the highest rate of fatal injuries for full-time employees in 2014. The numbers used reflect the number of deaths per 100,000 full-time employees. Take a look to learn whether your job is on the list. Some dangerous jobs may seem obvious, but others might surprise you. Infographic provided by https://www.creativesafetysupply.com