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It’s time to dust off your Hazard Communication Program

7 steps to update your workplace, because pumpkin lattes and hazardous chemicals should never meet Ah Fall… The smell of leaves and pumpkin lattes is in the air. It’s a great time to take out your hazard communication program and dust it off. Chances are you have hazardous materials...

Fit for Duty: Reduce Injuries By Fitting the Workstation to Your Employee

Easy strategies for creating ergonomically aligned workstations. You’ve probably seen someone—or maybe you have been the one — who pushes yourself through pain and discomfort because you are focused on getting a job done. But when employees are uncomfortable, or even worse, in pain, productivity and morale can suffer....

How to Keep Your Cool When Summer Heats Up

The Low Down on Safety When Temperatures Soar Do you have employees who work outside? Then you should have a plan to prevent heat illnesses and make sure your team knows the signs of sickness. While OSHA doesn’t have a specific rule that covers heat exposures, mitigation plans can...

Use Your Safety Committee To Inspire Postive Culture

14 Best practices you can put in place today. This is part of our series designed for busy business and HR leaders responsible for managing safety programs. Is your safety committee thriving and contributing to the positive safety culture at your organization? If not, you’re overlooking a valuable influencer...

Achieve a culture of safety with accident investigations

This is part of our series designed for busy business and HR leaders responsible for managing safety programs. We’re talking about how to strengthen your safety program, where the first step is keeping good records. So you have compiled all of your incident reports and posted your OSHA 300A...

8 Questions to Strengthen Your Safety Program

This is the first of a monthly series of posts designed for busy business and HR leaders responsible for managing safety programs. It seems like the list of responsibilities for business leaders never ends. And in many organizations your responsibilities can include safety, on top of everything else. A...