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Is Construction Robotics Creating a Safer Worksite?

Technology hasn’t always gone hand-in-hand with the construction industry. The labor required to build, renovate, and repair isn’t exactly easy to duplicate in the digital space. In fact, a ...

The Role of Safety Management Systems in Aviation

Flying as a mode of transportation has its risks. After all, air travel means you'll be sitting in a winged tube that tears through the sky at 600 miles per hour, thousands of feet above solid...

Exploring Industrial Safety Procedures and Practices

Industrial workers face a lot of risk while on the job. They function in extreme work environments and often operating heavy machinery; the chances of a tragic accident are quite high.

Safety Scenarios: Human Errors in Construction can Turn into Deadly Mistakes

Human error is the single biggest cause of construction accidents—it’s behind up to 90 percent of all accidents.

Safety Management and Occupational Hazards in the CBD Industry

Safety management isn’t exclusively reserved for the construction industry. Keeping employees safe is a universal priority. As new industries emerge, so do new applications for safety management...

Demystifying OSHA: A Complete Guide to Occupational Safety Regulations in the US

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, commonly known as OSHA, exists to achieve a simple goal: safe workplaces across the United States of America. To this end, the organization is...