2017 OHS Insider Newsletter Semi-Annual Index

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This index lists all articles published in the OHS Insider monthly newsletter from January through June 2017. The individual articles are available at OHSInsider.com and can be accessed for free with your membership. And many of them include related online tools, charts and other resources designed to make your job as a safety professional easier.

ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE

First Aid: Take 5 Steps to Comply with Eyewash Station Requirements,” June 2017, p. 1.

COMPLIANCE/LIABILITY

OHS VIOLATIONS

OHS Offences: Answers to FAQs about Administrative Monetary Penalties,” March 2017, p. 1.

DISCIPLINE

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Is a Policy Requiring Workers to Shave Discriminatory?” June 2017, p. 5.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Was Firing Worker with Scent Sensitivity Justified or Discriminatory?” May 2017, p. 5.

DISCRIMINATION

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Is a Policy Requiring Workers to Shave Discriminatory?” June 2017, p. 5.

DISABILITY

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Was Firing Worker with Scent Sensitivity Justified or Discriminatory?” May 2017, p. 5.

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

Brief Senior Management: Why You Can’t Delegate Compliance with Environmental Laws to Your Workers,” March 2017, p. 11.

HAZARDS

Seasonal Safety: Protecting Outdoor Workers from Insects & Wild Animals,” May 2017, p. 1.

Spot the Safety Violation: Cell Phones Aren’t the Only Distractions for Drivers,” April 2017, p. 11.

Spot the Safety Violation: Ladders & Power Lines Are a Bad Combination,” May 2017, p. 11.

Spot the Safety Violation: Watch out for Thin Ice,” Jan. 2017, p. 15.

Spot the Safety Violation: Winter Weather Increases Combustible Dust Risks,” Feb. 2017, p. 10.

Trenches & Excavations: How to Comply with Shoring Requirements,” Feb. 2017, p. 1.

CELL PHONES & ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Spot the Safety Violation: Cell Phones Aren’t the Only Distractions for Drivers,” April 2017, p. 11.

CONFINED SPACES

Spot the Safety Violation: Confined Spaces in Plain Sight,” March 2017, p. 10.

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

Dos & Don’ts: Bar Workers from Wearing Jewellery When at Risk of Entanglement,” April 2017, p. 12.

Dos & Don’ts: Get Manuals for Machinery and Equipment,” June 2017, p. 12.

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Hazardous Substances: Take 6 Steps to Comply with Storage Requirements,” April 2017, p. 1.

WHMIS/GHS

Test Your OHS I.Q.: When Must an SDS Be Updated Under WHMIS 2015?” Jan. 2017, p. 5.

TDGA

TDGA: Reporting the Loss or Theft of Dangerous Goods,” April 2017, p. 10.

ILLNESSES & DISEASES

Winners & Losers: When Does Workers’ Comp Cover Skin Cancer?” June 2017, p. 10.

OHS PROGRAM

Compliance: What You Should Know about Auditing Your OHS Program,” Jan. 2017, p. 1.

Dos & Don’ts: Don’t Base Safety Measures on Length of Job,” May 2017, p. 12.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Can Employer Require Workers to Tuck in Their Shirts?” March 2017, p. 5.

BUSINESS CASE FOR SAFETY

Making the Business Case for Safety: Don’t Sacrifice Safety for Operations,” May 2017, p. 10.

PPE

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Is a Policy Requiring Workers to Shave Discriminatory?” June 2017, p. 5.

SAFETY HEADWEAR

Spot the Safety Violation: Take 5 Steps to Protect Workers’ Heads,” June 2017, p. 11.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Are Store Employee’s Injuries Caused by Shoplifter Compensable?” April 2017, p. 5.

Winners & Losers: When Does Workers’ Comp Cover Skin Cancer?” June 2017, p. 10.

WORKPLACE STAKEHOLDERS

OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

Brief Senior Management: Study Shows CEOs Indirectly Influence Safety Culture & Worker Injuries,” Jan. 2017, p. 14.

WORKERS

Vulnerable Workers: Advice from Case Study on Protecting Temporary Workers,” Jan. 2017, p. 16.