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Why is High Visibility Clothing Important?

High Visibility Clothing, OSHA Training, Safety Training, Compliance

Some work environments call for high visibility clothing to ensure OSHA’s General Duty Clause which states that employers must provide a workplace free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm. High Visibility Clothing standards are also written  by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI). Construction, maintenance, utility, emergency responders, airport personnel (ramp), warehouse workers and several categories of off-road workers are routinely exposed to potential injury hazards from their low visibility while on the job.

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

JHA, JSA, job safety analysis, Online Training

A job hazard analysis is a key component in a company’s health and safety program. Hazard identification is critical in operating a safe workplace. A job hazard analysis or JHA is conducted to identify potential hazards on job sites and create a plan to mitigate those hazards. Company supervisors, project managers, foremen, and workers can use Job Hazard Analysis to eliminate potential hazards.  

Lead Abatement/Removal

Lead Abatement, ISNetworld, OSHA, Safety Training

Have you seen this requirement in your RAVS® section on your ISN® account? If so, it might be because your company is a lead abatement contractor. But more likely, it is because you selected a work-type which includes lead abatement / removal requirement by default. Either way, one or more of your hiring clients require your company to have the program in place.