Slippery conditions are obviously caused by snow, ice and rain but potential hazards also include cluttered walkways, spills, cords, cables left in walkways and even changes in flooring surfaces - wrinkled carpets, rugs and unexpected steps or drop-downs.
Be prepared and aware of potential Fall, Trips, Slips Hazards by being aware and mindful - Stay safe and prevent accidents and injuries whenever possible.
ONE OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE IS THE PERIODIC TANK INSPECTION.
Regardless of the type of material being stored, under federal or state environmental requirements, some type of periodic inspection is always required. These periodic inspections are like a tool with many functions, from simple monitoring to status checks to extensive compliance assurance evaluations.
Staying safe this winter is not only about being aware but also learning how to avoid Hypothermia and Frostbite - very real safety concerns during frigid temperatures that many regions of the US are experiencing this week.
Minimization of incidents and accidents is a key objective of safety leaders.
To achieve this objective, the first step is to establish a process and an expectation that all accidents and potential hazards will be reported and investigated. This includes even the most minor property damage incidents, safety near misses as well as potential hazards.