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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.
In case you’re not familiar with them, opioids are a group of drugs that include oxycodone and morphine prescribed to relieve pain but can affect safety, health and productivity.
Workplace violence can happen anywhere. Do you know the four types of workplace violence to prepare for? Do you have these risks?
We may not typically equate ergonomics as being part of a company’s safety program; however, controlling ergonomic risk factors is an important part of ensuring a safe workplace environment.
Ergonomics is the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment. It involves how a workplace, the equipment used there and the work environment itself can best be designed for comfort, efficiency, safety and productivity.
Do you have employees who drive as part of their normal job function? It might be short distances or longer distances, but all drivers are susceptible to fatigued or drowsy driving.
As a country, we love fireworks, using them to celebrate holidays like the 4th of July or at ballparks and other venues. However, fireworks, also known as pyrotechnics, can be dangerous.
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.
No matter what type of job you do, there are many ways you can suffer injuries. One of the most common types of workplace injuries is related to the back.
Almost one in five crashes that injured someone involved distracted driving, says healthfinder.gov.