HAZWOPER Training and Cost

HAZWOPER Training and Cost

HAZWOPER is an acronym for – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. It is a set of guidelines produced and maintained by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which regulates hazardous waste operations and emergency services in the United States and its territories. HAZWOPER was enacted by OSHA in 1990. Read Also: List of all OSHA courses and trainer’s directory Who Does HAZWOPER Apply To: Employees…

Electrical Safety & Portable Electrical Equipment Checklist

Electrical Safety & Portable Electrical Equipment Checklist

Electrical safety is a very important aspect of HSE which is a system organizations prevent harmful and dangerous effects of electric current on workers. Electrical current exposes workers to serious occupational hazards which include electric burns, shock, fire, and electrocution. Electrical Safety Many workers are ignorant of the potential electrical hazards present in their work…

Who is Responsible for Workplace Health and Safety

Who is Responsible for Workplace Health and Safety

The question – Who is responsible for workplace health and safety is a simple, but complex question. According to the Internal Responsibility System (IRS) – Everyone is Responsible for workplace health and safety, but it is not that simple. If we say everyone is responsible for workplace health and safety, does it mean that everyone acts when there…

NEBOSH Meaning: What Does NEBOSH Stand For?

NEBOSH Meaning: What Does NEBOSH Stand For?

NEBOSH Stands for: National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. NEBOSH is a certificate awarding body; the most recognized in the UK. NEBOSH does not deliver health and safety training courses; instead, it provides syllabuses, exams, and assignments to Accredited Course Providers which they choose meticulously. More so, the NEBOSH qualification is mostly required for…

What is the Difference Between a HSE Officer and HSE Manager

What is the Difference Between a HSE Officer and HSE Manager

This question had been in my mind for a very long time before I decided to ask fellow professionals; I know there are some HSE professionals who also need an answer to this question. Difference Between An HSE Officer And an HSE Manager? Who is an HSE Manager? From the understanding of management, in summary,…

Failure Analysis: Methods and Steps to Carry Out

Failure Analysis: Methods and Steps to Carry Out

Failure analysis is simply the process of determining why a product, equipment/component of an equipment or process failed. It involves the collection and analysis of available data to determine the root cause of the failure. It seeks to determine the root cause of failure by looking at the characteristics and clues left behind, and then…

5 Top Office Safety Topics For Office Workers

5 Top Office Safety Topics For Office Workers

Office safety topics constitute important safety topics that should be covered when training/inducting office workers on office safety. Office safety helps provide guidance to office staff on likely hazards, and proffers safety measures to manage the hazards and accompanying risks. This article will list likely office safety topics that should be covered in office safety…

Exercise vs Physical Activity: Do they Mean the Same Thing?

Exercise vs Physical Activity: Do they Mean the Same Thing?

We have different views on this, but in this article Exercise vs Physical Activity, we will get cleared. Exercise and Physical Activity are terms that describe different concepts. However, they are often confused with one another, and the terms are sometimes used interchangeably. Exercise vs Physical Activity Physical activity is defined as any bodily movement…