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What Keeps a Safety Leader Up at Night?
The 2018 National Safety Survey reveals how safety leaders are using data to overcome safety challenges. Read More
Lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey
Houston - Before Hurricane Harvey came ashore in August 2017 in Harris County, Tx,
its ferocity was not a constant. Read More 
Workplace violence: Steps for prevention
Workplace violence is a "growing concern for employers and employees", OSHA states. In 2016, workplace homicides increased by 83 cases to 500, the highest homicide figure since 2010 Read More
Label requirements for hazardous waste
What are the new Environmental Protection Agency labeling requirements for hazardous waste containers. Read More 
5 Ways to Prevent Workplace Falls
US Department of Labor: Prevent falls in the workplace and save lives. These 5 measures from OSHA can help keep workers safe. Read More
Accident Prevention Begins with a Conversation
Have you ever asked the question,"What else can I do to improve our safety culture?"  The answer may be in your next conversation. Read More 
The Weather Outside is Frightful(and Full of Hazards)!
OSHA urges employees and employers engaged In snow removal and cleanup to beware of potential hazards. Read More
Six-Point Vehicle Check: A Gift that Keeps on Giving
A six-point vehicle check is a gift that will keep on giving, both in better vehicle performance and fewer unexpected repairs this winter, says the Car Care Council. Read More 
Predicting Failure for Your Workplace Violence Policy
You can have the best, most comprehensive workplace violence policy that ever existed, but if you don't communicate and enforce it with employees at all levels, it's worthless.  Read More
Safety and Performance Excellence: Criticizing BBS {Behavior Based Safety)
The earliest versions of behavioral safety processes still are around today with too few changes. Some processes that have changed missed a few critical issues in their design. Read More 
Fatality Investigation: Teen Competing Roofing Work Electrocuted
The 16-year-old was attempting to move a ladder when it fell into a power line...
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The ROI of Safety
Safety professionals whose employers are reluctant to invest in occupational safety may face an additional challenge when building their case: multifaceted math. Read More