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Every year in the spring, National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) kicks off the start of construction season. This awareness drive encourages safe driving through highway work zones.
Do you know what the most common workplace hazards are to your employees’ eyes?
Flying objects … objects that tend to be smaller than the head of a pin in roughly half of these injuries.
Each day, according to the CDC, “about 2,000 workers in the U.S. have a job-related eye injury that requires medical attention.”
Your eyes are at risk for damage, no matter what job you do. Some occupations have more severe eye risks than others, but you need to know how your day-to-day duties could affect your eyes.
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment. That means establishment of an effective safety and health program customized to the needs of your facility.
All it takes is that ONE moment you’re not paying attention to crash your vehicle.
Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes.
To be an effective safety trainer, you must have credibility with your participants. That means being confident in both your words and your body language
It’s February, which means it is time to post Form 300A, your 2017 summary of work-related injuries and illnesses in the workplace.
OSHA Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards provide a list to alert employers as to the most recognized hazards workers face on the job.
The goal of a “train the trainer” process is to ensure those doing your training understand the different techniques they can use to effectively communicate the rules, regulations, policies and practices surrounding your company’s safety program.