September is Food Safety Month

September is Food Safety Month

Last year, the supply chain among various food producers was threatened by COVID-19. Workers at large production facilities and co-packers fell sick to the virus and left gaps in the production line. This threat to their employee’s health, and the efficiency of...
3 Safety Measures to Retain Employees

3 Safety Measures to Retain Employees

Driving down the street of any industrial park, you’ll be sure to see “Now Hiring” signs in front of multiple facilities.  Similarly, online job search engines are full of opportunities.  There is no doubt it is a jobseeker’s market.  Meanwhile, colleagues and...
Understanding OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

Understanding OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

Part of managing a safe workplace involves understanding when and how to maintain incident reports for OSHA compliance. Understanding the reporting and record-keeping requirements for your company’s OSHA compliance may seem complicated and confusing, but it’s crucial...
Five Keys to Safety Control

Five Keys to Safety Control

In the 1950’s the National Safety Council developed the concept of a hierarchy of controls, to demonstrate that workplace hazards can be controlled, and thereby reduced or eliminated. This work led to the 1970 OSH Act, and the hierarchy of controls became a core...
Advance Your Safety Journey

Advance Your Safety Journey

At Emergent Safety, we recognize that improving workplace safety is not a one-time event. Safety at your workplace is a journey of continuous improvement. We perform site audits frequently at the request of our clients to continually assess safety and identify...
It’s Vital to Feel Safe on the Job

It’s Vital to Feel Safe on the Job

At Emergent Safety we recognize that safety is more than physical protection.  Psychological wellbeing is equally important, especially as we come out of a pandemic that altered our everyday lives.  As so many adults spend the majority of their day (and lives)...