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Safety CinemaTM Videos from the Los Alamos National Laboratory developed this short video reminder to prepare for wintry weather by preparing your car...

The NFPA has worked with numerous other organizations under the Alliance to Stop Consumer Fireworks to ask the public not to buy fireworks for the Fou...

As part of their Safety Week 2016, Black and Veatch's Environmental, Safety, Health & Security (ESH&S) team decided to show the impact of falling obje...

Nail guns are used every day on many construction jobs, particularly in residential construction. They boost productivity but also cause tens of thous...

This NIOSH video is a testimonial by the owner of a residential framing company who experienced a fatality on one of his jobsites when a roof collapse...

Methylene chloride (dichloromethane) is a widely used solvent that can cause serious illness or death when used in enclosed spaces. It is a cancer-cau...

This OSHA video covers the promulgation of the revised silica standard, which was published on Mar 25, 2016. The YouTube video starts with a clip from...

NIOSH’s Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program is a research program designed to prevent occupational fatalities. More FACE repo...

This is clipped from the 1950 film Safe As You Think by General Motors. It received the 1950 award of the National Safety Council for the best film i...

Workers involved in the repair of infrastructure -- including bridges and roads -- are at risk for exposure to lead and lead poisoning. Because of the...