Safety Articles

Eye on Safety Articles

ASA's monthly Eye on Safety column in Supply House Times, the official publication of ASA, is prepared by subject matter experts and industry professionals who follow and promote smart practices that lead to a safer workplace.

2017

Emergency Action Plans

Robert Kahmer, Northeastern Supply Co.

2016

OSHA Electronic Reporting Changes

Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

Hot Work Permits and Fire Prevention
Brittney Cornillaud,
 First Supply LLC  

What's in your First-Aid kit?
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

Confined Space Safety
Scott Stone, Brady Corporation

Overtime Rules Explained
Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

Stay hydrated while working
Melanie Felladore, TORRCO

OSHA fines set to Increase
Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

Looking for Leadership: What you should be looking for when hiring someone to lead
Bill D'Amico, Victaulic

Should your company have a policy on smart phones in the workplace?
Melanie Felladore, TORRCO

Recognizing 2015 award recipients, Changes announced
Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

2015

Treating burn injuries
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

Shock: Life and death
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

The A-B-C-R's of Fall Protection
John Eckle, Miller Fall Protection and Honeywell Safety Products

Don't start the fire
Melanie Felladore, TORRCO

Standardization Company-Wide
Bill D'Amico, Victaulic 

Be healthy at work
Alexander Federico IV, Coastal Plumbing Supply

Smart phone safety apps for the job site
Ricky Bryant, NIBCO INC. & Melanie Felladore, TORRCO

Recognize safety in your company
Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

The business case for safety programs
Mary Prahler, First Supply

Join the Journey to Safety Excellence
Jim Johnson, National Safety Council

Be prepared for OSHA's new reporting rules
Mary Prahler, First Supply

2014

Are you prepared to administer First Aid?
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

Is your company prepared for Old Man Winter?
Melanie Felladore, TORRCO  

October is Sudden Cardiac Awareness Month
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

The importance of emergency eyewash stations
Ryan Pfund, Bradley Corporation

Does your warehouse have an insect problem?
Miles Dellger, First Supply

Take the danger out of high heat situations
Mary Prahler, First Supply

Forklift safety is critical in a warehouse setting
Peter Wright, Century Vallen/Texcan

ASA and OSHA team up to provide employer safety and health information
Bill Willson, OSHA

The value of accident investigations
Mary Prahler, First Supply

Protect Them: Are your warehouse workers operating in a safe environment?
Guy Mersereau, CenturyVallen

Nominate your company for ASA's Safety Award
Dan Hilton, American Supply Association
 

2013

How to Properly Handle Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure
Mike Place, Dakota Supply Group

The Importance of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (Part I) - Checklist for Compliance
Louisa Mayers, SDSpro

The Importance of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (Part II) - Checklist for Compliance
Louisa Mayers, SDSpro

Steps Employers Can Take to Evaluate Risk and Prevent Workplace Violence
Michael Taylor & Nickole Winnett, Jackson Lewis LLP

Get Certified - The Benefits of OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs
Bill D'Amico, Victaulic

ASA Safety Awards;  How Does Your Incident Rate Stack Up?

Dan Hilton, American Supply Association

2012

Better Safe than Sorry - Working on Elevated Surfaces
Rudy Cuevas, Associated Integrated Supply Chain Solutions

Safe Delivery - Reduce Risk with Proper Cargo Securement
Mike Place, Dakota Supply  

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