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Expect the Unexpected

Expect the Unexpected Your employees may not be emergency responders, but that doesn’t mean you can’t train them like one. Especially in high-risk industries such as construction and agriculture, employees need to know how to assess and respond to hazards around the workplace. At a minimum, employees should be co

Back-to-School Safety

Back-to-School Safety Many emotions surround going back to school. Some kids are excited, others are nervous. Some parents are heartbroken, others are thrilled. Wherever you are on the gamut, it’s important to be prepared with some back-to-school safety information. It’s a Community Effort Even if you don’t h

Emergency Preparedness Plans

Emergency Preparedness Plans Emergencies are not usually predictable, however being prepared and trained for any possibility is an important part of safety in the workplace. It’s critical your employees know how to respond to an emergency and where to go to stay safe. OSHA’s website provides extensive information with r

Feds Investigate Workplace Safety at Amazon Warehouses

Feds Investigate Workplace Safety at Amazon Warehouses Some jobs are just naturally more hazardous than others, but there are still protections in place to ensure the safety of employees. Employers need to follow certain laws and regulations through the US Department of Labor and OSHA to provide a safe workplace for employees. It’s not uncommon to

Summer Safety Suggestions – Part 2

Summer Safety Suggestions – Part 2 Thanks for checking out Part 1 of our summer safety suggestions blog series. Here are some more tips on how to have a great summer without incident: Sun Protection The US sees about 600 heat-related deaths each year. Strokes, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and other heat-related issues are a co