Where to Start with Injury Prevention

Where to Start with Injury Prevention

Most companies do a fairly good job of addressing the most significant risks in a given facility. If someone has to work with toxic waste, they will provide them with the proper PPE to limit exposure. If people are working in an area where there is a risk of items falling from above, they will be provided

Tony Ferraro | June 17, 2013 | Safety | Workplace Safety





Operator Based Care

Operator Based Care

The idea behind operator based care is that people who work with a particular piece of machinery are the ones who are best suited to identify and perform the general day to day maintenance of the machine.  They will notice, for example, if the machine starts making an odd noise or is running low on

Tony Ferraro | May 16, 2013 | Continuous Improvement | Facility Efficiency, TPM


Minimal Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Minimal Lockout/Tagout Procedures

While many facilities choose to implement a higher standard for their lockout / tagout procedures, the OSHA standard does have some minimal requirements to be in compliance for this type of work.  Following the minimal lockout/tagout procedures will keep people much safer than having no safety standard in place at all, and it is a great place to

Tony Ferraro | May 15, 2013 | Lockout Tagout, Safety | Electrical Safety, Lockout Tagout, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety




Workplace Injury Statistics

Workplace Injury Statistics

The number and type of injuries that take place in any given facility will have a major effect on many things including the overall profitability and efficiency of a given area.  Injuries of all types cause major work slowdowns because the individual has to get treated and depending on the situation the entire area may

Tony Ferraro | May 10, 2013 | Safety | Facility Efficiency, Workplace Safety