SPOTLIGHTONSAFETY

Helping to keep people and places safe

Executive Order Provides State and Local Governments with 100% Reimbursement for COVID-19 Related Costs, Including PPE

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the presidential administration has issued an executive order, “Memorandum to Extend Federal Support to Governors’ Use of the National Guard to Respond to COVID-19 and to Increase Reimbursement and Other Assistance Provided to States,” effective January 21, 2021. Read the full article for more details.

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How Safety Solutions Can Help Improve Safety Outcomes

Overlooking a situation and rushing into a solution not only brings the risk of making wrong decisions but also prevents organizations from attaining sustainable results and from improving their safety programs. Read the full blog post to learn more about safety solutions.

Employees at Risk of Hearing Loss: What Employers Can Do to Help

According to every major regulatory and protection agency, including OSHA and WHO, workplace hearing loss is 100 percent preventable. Read the full article to learn more about hearing loss in the workplace, how you can help prevent it, and how to help keep your employees safe.

How To Future-Proof Your Gas Safety Program with Connectivity

Taking your safety monitoring program to the cloud is key to future-proofing your gas safety program. Read this blog post to help prepare you and your team for the future.

Holiday Safety Tips: The 12 Days of Safety

The holidays are a joyful time to spend with family and friends, but a careless mistake could put a real damper on your festivities. Here are 12 safety tips to keep in mind this holiday season.

How to Meet OSHA Training Standards During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recognizing the challenge of meeting training standards during the COVID-19 pandemic, OSHA has announced that Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs) should “evaluate whether the employer made good faith efforts to comply with applicable OSHA standards during the course of an inspection.” Read this blog article to learn more about “good faith” efforts and how MSA can help you and your team meet training requirements.