Change happens every day. Technology changes. Equipment changes. Rules change. All of which can impact your company broadly or more narrowly down to front line employees
Professional Development Enhances Safety Skills
Winter Hazards: Slips, Trips and Falls
Falls tend to be the cause of some of the most severe workplace injuries when it comes to snow and ice.
Winter Hazards: Snow Removal
Are you responsible for the snow removal of sidewalks, parking lots and other areas at or around your workplace? What are the potential pitfalls when doing this by manually shoveling or using a snowblower?
Workplace Fatigue: Safety & Health on the Job
A series of National Safety Council reports states that 13 percent of workplace injuries are attributable to fatigue.
Workplace Violence: Plan for ALL Recognized Risks
“Acts of violence and other injuries is currently the third-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), of the 5,147 fatal workplace injuries that occurred in the United States …
Preparing for Natural Disasters
Employers are responsible for the safety and health of their workers, which can be anywhere from one person to thousands. One safety responsibility is to ensure your employees know what to do before, during and after a natural disaster, such as a floor, wildfire or …
Cleanup and Response After a Natural Disaster
Natural disasters – tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires – can create physical hazards during and after the event. Those doing clean up at your place of business should be aware of the dangers these events leave behind and take proper safety precautions.
Is Your Safety Training as Effective as it Could be?
Safety walk-arounds are an excellent way for management to demonstrate commitment to improving the safety of the organization. These inspections put them in the field to observe work in progress,
Safe + Sound: Do you have a workplace safety and health program?
Every year, more than 5,000 workers are killed on the job (a rate of 14 per day), and more than 3.6 million suffer a serious job-related injury or illness.