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Heat illness affects thousands of indoor and outdoor workers every year. Often, it can lead to death of a worker. Reducing heat-related illnesses and injuries is a top
Have your employees – at all levels – been trained what to do when there is an emergency situation or a disruption of business operations?
Did you know that implementing a safety and health program can improve not only a business’ safety and health performance, but it can help save money and improve your competitiveness?
Workplace safety training, why is it important?
Being in compliance with OSHA and your state health and safety authorities provides the foundation for your safety training program,
• There were a total of 4,493 injury-related deaths that were preventable
• Construction was the industry sector with the largest number of preventable fatal injuries with the next two being transportation and warehousing
A series of National Safety Council reports states that 13 percent of workplace injuries are attributable to fatigue.
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,
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.
When it comes to OSHA training requirements standards, the powered industrial truck safety training requirements provide us with an extremely effective model to follow.
One way to keep employees safe on the road is to develop a driver safety program with written polices that tell employees what is expected.