6 Ways to Uncover Slips, Trips and Falls Hazards
Falls are no laughing matter. Here are six suggestions on how to ensure your workers are protected from falling down on the job. Read More
Avoid occupational back injuries
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, musculoskeletal injuries and disorders accounted for 33 percent of all workplace injuries requiring days away from work in 2011. Read More
Responding to heat stroke, heat exhaustion
Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are the two most dangerous heat-related illnesses, according to OSHA. Read More
Taking Action Against Acts of Workplace Violence
With active shooting incidents permeating media, how can companies prepare for an act? . Read More
Honeywell issues hard hat recall
Smithfield, RI - Honeywell Safety Products has issued a voluntary recall of approximately 82,500 hard hats, stating that the equipment may provide insufficient.. Read More
Steep rise in insect-borne illnesses puts outdoor workers at risk: CDC
Atlanta - Disease cases stemming from mosquito, tick and flea bites more than tripled from 2004 to 2016 in the United States... Read More
What's the real cost of a Worker's Life?
Rather than taking steps to make their workplaces safer, some companies are playing games with their workers’ lives.
Safety training motivation
How do I keep the “10 feet tall and bulletproof” mentality from compromising my safety training? Read More
The Role of climate control in PPE
What is climate control in personal protective equipment, and why is it important? “Wearing PPE increases your risk for heat-related illnesses,” Read More
The Hazards Affecting Your Employees' Foot Safety
Safety leaders need to actively promote foot safety in the workplace to ensure worker safety and productivity.
Recognizing hidden dangers: 25 steps to a safer office
It's fairly obvious that safety and health hazards can exist on worksites filled with heavy machinery and equipment, where employees often are required to engage in strenuous manual labor. Read More
Stretch it out at your desk
If you work in an office, chances are good that you sit for a large part of the day. This puts you at risk for ergonomics-related problems.