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NSC Promotes Location Geofencing Technology For Workplace Safety

Despite increased efforts to reduce serious incidents and fatalities (SIFs) in the workplace over the last few decades, the percentage of worker deaths has only fallen by about 15%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In response, the National Safety Council...

NSC Expands Efforts To Combat Workplace Overdoses 

Overdoses remain the leading cause of unintentional death in the United States and account for nearly 10% of all workplace fatalities. To help positively impact the opioid epidemic in the U.S., the National Safety Council (NSC) is ramping up its commitment to...

What Was The Most Common Cause Of Workplace Fatalities In 2022?

Amid an aging workforce, sprains, strains and tears were once again the top reason for workforce injury incidents in 2022, according to ISN’s latest Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs) White Paper. Meanwhile, contact with an object or equipment was found to be the...

OSHA Launches National Emphasis Program To Prevent Falls

Falls are the leading cause of fatal workplace injuries, and the violation OSHA cites most frequently in construction industry inspections. With that in mind, OSHA has begun a National Emphasis Program that will focus on reducing fall-related injuries and fatalities...

OSHA Launches National Emphasis Program To Prevent Falls

Falls are the leading cause of fatal workplace injuries, and the violation OSHA cites most frequently in construction industry inspections. With that in mind, OSHA has begun a National Emphasis Program that will focus on reducing fall-related injuries and fatalities...

Serious Injuries And Fatalities On Decline In Utilities Industry

The utilities industry saw a significant and sustained decline in its Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIF) rate from 2017 to 2021, according to the latest Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs) White Paper from ISN. Meanwhile, the construction, manufacturing,...