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Workplace Safety & Corporate Culture Go Hand in Hand

By on Nov 15, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Small-business owners rely on strong employees. The challenge for nearly all is finding strong employees, to begin with. Today firms of all sizes are using creative strategies for attracting and retaining great talent. For many, this means unique vacation incentives and other tantalizing packages, yet often-overlooked is simply creating a safe work environment. A...

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Why Safety Issues Go Unreported

By on Oct 26, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Most people go to work expecting a safe workplace. OSHA messages abound recommending safety tips and encouraging reporting of safety issues. Despite this, a large number of incidents occur each year, sometimes serious. To explain this, two groups conducted studies into workplace safety. The studies each reached a similar result: the solution to workplace safety lay...

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Supervisors Are Responsible for Safety

By on Oct 13, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Supervisors have a lot to keep track of. Management means more than assigning work. Managers maintain a list of responsibilities affecting workplace safety. Effective supervisors create safe environments through action and training. Staff trained to spot and report safety issues create a safer environment. To promote a safe environment for industry, apply the...

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Active Shooter Preparedness

By on Oct 10, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

The recent shooting in Vegas is a grim reminder: active shooter scenarios occur all too often. According to the Department of Homeland security, over 1500 workplace shootings happen in the past year. Many of these shooters are on destructive paths, bent on hurting as many people as possible. The National Safety Council recommends active shooter preparedness become...

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Addressing Digital Eyestrain

By on Sep 26, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Too much computer, phone, or e-reader use may harm your vision. Computer Vision Syndrome (also referred to as digital or electronic eyestrain) results from prolonged use of electronic devices. This concerns the average American worker who according to the American Optometry Association averages seven hours per day using a computer or electronic device. CVS has many...

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Workplace Violence is On The Rise: What You Can Do

By on Sep 21, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

News of disgruntled employees seeking revenge against employers and coworkers is on the rise. More and more, employees use violence and deadly force at the workplace. News of workplace violence appears almost daily in the headlines or on social media. Based on real or perceived wrongs, employees use violence at work to settle their scores. What We Can Do Aggressive...

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