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New Year’s Safety Resolutions for 2017

The perfect time to make New Year’s safety resolutions about your workplace safety goals in 2017 is today! The New Year represents a time to start fresh and make a commitment towards continuous improvement. It’s also a time the organization needs to re-evaluate business practices and create new goals, including safety. As we quickly approach […]

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5 Keys to Creating a Successful Safety Recognition Program

If your employees perform any type of driving, contact with substances, can use of machinery, or physical labor, a safety recognition program is key. Even employees that spend significant time on their computer can develop eye strain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and a wealth of other problems.Each year, businesses across the year spend a staggering $60 […]

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Understanding the Key Components of a Risk Assessment Checklist

Risk assessment checklists can be powerful tools for controlling and mitigating workplace risks as well as a major part of managing the health and safety of your business. In order to achieve this, you must carefully consider all of the factors that may cause harm to your workforce.Afterwards, you can determine if you’re taking the […]

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6 Highly-Effective Warehouse Safety Tips

Since warehouses can be hazardous workplaces, warehouse safety tips can protect your workforce, bolster your bottom line, and save your organization thousands of dollars. Across the United States, approximately 4% of warehouse workers are affected by illnesses or work-related injuries that involve job restriction, lost work, or transfer every year.Considering there are an estimated 145,000 […]

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Make Your Workplace Safer With the Psychology of Safety

While psychology of safety may sound like a college course, it actually represents an innovative way for organizations to reduce safety incidents. Already, companies spend mounds of effort and money attempting to minimize workplace accidents by installing safety management systems and addressing hardware issues.Over several years, these efforts have managed to deliver a significant reduction […]

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Improve Workplace Safety With OSHA 30 Hour Training Certification

The OSHA 30 hour training certification program is designed to provide training for workers tasked with greater safety responsibilities in construction and several other industries. Contrary to popular belief, the OSHA 30 hour training certification doesn’t train the individual on OSHA standards.Instead, this intuitive course works to train employees and safety personnel on how to […]

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