Electrocution is one of the most common hazards across construction sites according to OSHA.; however, in any work environment, you want to make sure that it is electrically safe for your employees.
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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?
Preventing Distracted Drivers in Your Workplace
OSHA’s top priority is keeping workers safe.
Yet more workers are killed every year in motor vehicle crashes than any other cause. And with the advancements technology has made, distracted driving – texting and calling while driving – has become one of the leading causes.
Distracted Driving: Risk in the Workplace
Most tend to think of distracted driving as a teen epidemic. But it’s not.
Workers are at risk equally as much as anyone else. And employers need to understand the impacts and potential OSHA regulations they must adhere to.
Distracted Drivers: Safety Comes First
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.
Holiday Roadway Safety Tips
This year, the American Automobile Association projects an estimated 43.4 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home with 90% of those traveling by car. With more people on the road, that means the potential for more roadway accidents.
Transportation Safety: Texting while Driving
Truck Safety On and Off the Road
Slips, trips and falls are a common occurrence in and around the workplace. The trucking industry, for one, tends to be plagued with these types of injuries, especially during the cold, winter months.
This is a great resource to use as we start our discussion:…
Fire Safety in the Home
On average, seven people die in U.S. home fires per day. At work you have a detailed fire escape route. You also have a safety coordinator who trains employees. You practice fire drills so you know the escape route, where you meet up with your …