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Confined Space Entry Train-the-Trainer

NASP is excited to announce a new live class for 2021! This year we are adding the 40 Hour Confined Space Entry & Rescue – Train-The-Trainer classroom course to our live calendar on June 7-11, 2021. This intense five-day course will feature tons of practical rescue scenarios including using a 48-foot…

Safety Professional Creed

NASP came across this on a safety professional website. We are unsure of the author as it had been shared by someone else. However, we feel that it accurately depicts the role of a seasoned safety professional and we wished to share it. I am a Safety Professional I am…

NASP Safety News Break

Through an exclusive webinar broadcast, the NSC just announced OSHA’s new Top 10 for FY2020. Follow the link and watch this week’s Safety News Break to see how the rankings changed. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts, HS&E tips…

Safety News Break

Are you looking to avoid costly fines and ensure your HAZCOM program meets compliance requirements? Check out these six key steps for implementing an effective HCS Program. 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!

NASP Safety News Break

The Commonwealth of Virginia was the first state in the country to enact permanent COVID-19 workplace safety standards. Follow the link to watch this week’s Safety News Break to learn what it entails. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts,…

Boston Mayor Chosen as Labor Secretary

President Joe Biden has chosen Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be his labor secretary. Walsh would oversee OSHA and MSHA, which are part of the U.S. Department of Labor. In 2016, as Mayor of Boston, Walsh filed an ordinance to give the city the right to deny, revoke or suspend…

COVID Exposure More Likely for Those in Office

People who work at the office may be more at risk of contracting COVID-19 than those who work remotely, according to a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Researchers who examined possible exposures to COVID-19 among employed adults found that workers who tested positive…

Are Feds Able to Handle Vaccine Logistics?

As vaccines for the coronavirus go before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for approval, the logistics of getting them to the general public are still a work in progress. For example, some of the vaccines have to be stored at extremely cold temperatures and must be administered within a…