Did you know the leading causes of accidents on the construction site are what OSHA refers to as the Fatal Four hazards: falls, struck-by-objects, electrocution and caught-in-between?
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Workplace Safety Program Review
It’s time to review your workplace safety program. One way to start this process is to look at OSHA’s top 10 violations lists. Ask yourself, “are any of these hazards found in my workplace?”
3 Steps to a Safe Workplace
Did you know there’s a 3-step formula that can be used to ensure you have the safest workplace possible? It’s as easy as following these three rules.
4 Types of Workplace Violence to Prepare For
Workplace violence can happen anywhere. Do you know the four types of workplace violence to prepare for? Do you have these risks?
Permit-Required Confined Spaces
October is Fire Prevention Month
October is the month we focus on fire prevention and prepare for what to do in case of a fire. That means ensuring our fire safety program is up-to-date,
Workplace Violence in Healthcare
A hospital or other healthcare facility can be a stressful place for patients – they are in pain, afraid, confused, frustrated – but it can also take a toll on those who work there, too. We don’t realize it, but workplace violence in healthcare facilities …
Workplace Violence: Are Supervisors and Managers Prepared?
According to OSHA there are more than 2 million incidences of workplace violence each year; however, workplace violence is not just someone going on a rampage or “going postal.”
Outdoor Workers Need Hydration. Rest. Shade.
Outdoor workers are more than just construction workers. They work in the fields and agricultural job. They’re baggage handlers, landscapers, utility workers, foresters, groundskeepers, painters, roofers and more.
Fall Prevention Tips: On and off the Job
OSHA leads a campaign to raise awareness of preventing fall hazards within the construction industry where falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction workers.
However, slips, trips and falls occur in all types of occupations, on and …