Monthly Archives: August 2017

Machine Guarding – Minimum sized opening for pinch point hazard

During a recent client meeting, a question was asked regarding what is minimum sized opening that would represent a pinch point hazard. Keep in mind there are many variables to consider – distance from nip point, etc. One-fourth of an … Continue reading

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Performing an Effective Incident Investigation

I am commonly asked by clients to participate in or review the thoroughness of an incident investigation. Based upon my experience, many of these incidents are incomplete and fail to accurately satisfy the objective: identify the actual root cause(s) to … Continue reading

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Couple injured after igniting gas grill inside vehicle – importance of employee safety orientation

A recent incident involved multiple injuries after a woman attempted to light a cigarette with a gas grill inside their rental SUV. Please click here for more details. Although this incident did not happen in the workplace, it illustrates the … Continue reading

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