Hand Safety Spotlight

Category: safety-metrics

The human hand is one of the most important tools in the workplace, as well as one of the most common areas of workplace injury. While new requirements have been put into place in support of PPE standards for hand protection from hazards such as cuts and chemical exposure, there hasn’t been a standardized test to protect the hand from the various impact hazards some work environments present. 

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Hazard Identification is one of the first steps in preventing and mitigating HSE events and incidents. The Hazard Wheel is a visual reference tool to help workers quickly assess the hazards the could expect to encounter while performing their work.

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Hand Safety Statistics [Infographic]  Understanding how and why people get hurt on the job is an important step to preventing injuries in the workplace. Hand injuries make of the vast majority of Lost Time Incidents (LTI) but are 100% preventable with a strong safety culture and commitment to hand safety.

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Risk management strategies are vital to a modern company’s safe operations. Every employee in your organization – including project managers, business owners and front-line employees – can and should use risk assessments to perform their work and safeguard against HSE incidents.

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The petroleum industry is a global powerhouse that generates trillions of dollars and employs thousands of workers every year. In fact, the oil and gas drilling sector earned a total revenue of $5 trillion (USD) in 2014 alone. Companies that explore, develop and operate oilfields make up 4.5 to 6.5 percent of the global economy. This number will only continue to increase with time. The industry is also a major contributor to the national GDP of regions that house oil companies. For example, in 2016, oil revenue made up 44.03 percent of Kuwait’s GDP, 42.41 percent of Iraq’s GDP and 26.44 percent of Saudi Arabia’s GDP. All of this

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Performance Characteristics and Ratings for Gloves Used in the E&P Industry About 1.5 million people are engaged in oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) activities all over the world. With constantly evolving standards, materials, equipment, training and processes, the occupational safety record in the industry has also seen significant improvements.

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