Most safety manager have a lot of data to work with. Although it may be cumbersome, this data is the key to learning how much return you are getting by investing in safety.
What is the difference between MSDS and SDS?
Between job site hazards, budgetary pressures and ever-changing OSHA regulations, a safety manager’s job is anything but easy. Whether you’re a one-employee team or the head of a major safety initiative, there are always more plates to spin, more people to please and more fires to put out.
That said, there are certainly easier and harder ways to do the job. A handful of best practices and helpful tools can make most safety-related tasks more manageable. To see which of these measures may benefit you, consider the following seven things you don’t want to do — practices that could be making environmental health and safety (EHS) at your company far more difficult than it needs to be.
The following steps will walk you through creating and completing a lockout tagout program the safest way possible.
Regardless of how your company views safety (investment or expense) the post should have some great information for you!