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Today in History

April 17th marks the 8th anniversary of the West Texas Fertilizer industrial accident that claimed the lives of 15 people. Click here to watch NASP’s Today In History to learn how improper fertilizer storage sparked the deadly explosion. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay…

NASP is Now on YouTube

NASP is proud to announce the official launch of our new YouTube Channel. We hope to provide you with a place to come and get all your safety news and information. Our videos discuss a multitude of topics: NASP Safety News Break Check out our weekly “Safety News Breaks,” where…

And the Survey Says…

  As COVID-19 vaccines begin to roll out across the Nation and overall case numbers begin to decline, many states have started to ease COVID restrictions. With many Americans ready to get back to some sense of “normalcy,” many companies, NASP included, have begun offering instructor-led courses for the remainder…

NASP Enters Partnership with NACD

NASP is excited to announce our new partnership with the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD). Through this partnership, NASP will expand and strengthen Hazard Communication and HAZMAT emergency response training to each Association’s members in an effort to reduce and eliminate workplace safety incidents. The NACD, and its over…

Confined Space Entry & Rescue Train-the-Trainer

The 40 Hour Confined Space Entry & Rescue – Train-The-Trainer classroom course will be on June 7th-11th, 2021. This intense five-day course will feature tons of practical rescue scenarios, including using a 48-foot trailer with 27 different simulated rescue scenarios (both entry and non-entry). The first day of class will…

DOT HM-181 Requirements: Are You in Compliance?

As a safety professional, it is difficult to keep up with changing OSHA regulations as well as environmental regulations that we may also have to monitor, especially when dealing with hazardous materials. Often, we overlook DOT requirements for those of us that ship or receive hazardous materials. Also known as…

Halo Safety Systems: Improving the Safety of Manhole Entry

The requirement for workers to enter manholes and the risks associated with entry are not going away any time soon. The majority of manhole fall safety implements on the market today have proven to be more dangerous than not having one at all, especially when retrieving an incapacitated worker. Most…

Video: 4 Best Practices for Material Handling

Workers frequently cite the weight and bulkiness of objects that they lift as major contributing factors to their injuries. Watch our newest video: 4 Best Practices for Material Handling to learn how to reduce worker fatigue and injury in the workpalce. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube…

Safety News Break

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. How are you ensuring employee safety when operating motor vehicles? Tune in to learn more about this multi-agency campaign. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts, HS&E tips and tricks, and more!

Safety News Break

A federal grand jury indicted DuPont and a former employee for their part in the 2014 La Porte chemical release that killed four employees. Click here to learn more about the developing situation. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts,…