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Burns, broken bones, electrocution, respiratory diseases, vibration or musculoskeletal disorders. This is just a small sample of the serious consequences that can result from day-to-day work on the jobsite.
This article explores the consequences of accidents and ill health on the victims, colleagues and company. In addition, we explore the benefits of investing in occupational health and safety management (OHS).
One lever to generate positive change in health and safety in your organization is to implement impactful Health and Safety (H&S) training programs. This article explores the main reasons why accidents happen and the role behavioral-based safety approaches and trainings play in creating positive health and safety outcomes. It also shows you how to make safer behavior a habit for your workforce.
Some HSE experts consider dust to be the “new asbestos in the construction industry” because of its hazardous potential consequences on health and safety. This article explores what is in dust, how it arises and how it impacts productivity as well as health and safety.
There’s a maximum allowed exposure limit to specific dust types that determines what’s considered safe by legislation. This article explores how employers can evaluate workplace exposure by means of a risk assessment, implement preventative actions and protect people against the risks of dust by applying the STOP principle.
Hilti has its own Dust Research Center in Germany where Dust Experts are part of a community that is actively developing relevant standards like EN 50632 as well as developing harmonized systems – power tools, drill bits, discs, blades and other accessories – to maximize the amount of dust removed at source.