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Ten of the Most Common Safety Violations

By on Jul 21, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Although OSHA releases their top 10 most mentioned workplace safety incidents yearly, they don’t change significantly with each new list. If you take note of the workplace statistics, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the information. Taking a firm but simple approach to workplace safety is best and recommended by the deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of...

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Workplace Safety Principles You Can Count On

By on Jul 17, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

As a leading manufacturer Boeing offers a great example of putting workplace safety into practice. And Boeing has come a long way from the early days of ergonomics. Boeing has a security vision that is rooted in their company culture. The company has core beliefs for their product safety and security. Boeing has an office safety initiative, “Go for no– One day at a...

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What to Know About Safety & Legalized Pot

By on Jul 11, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Because cannabis legalization is expanding across the United States, many companies are concerned about how to go about drug testing their employees. They are also quite concerned about workplace safety. (As you may know, cannabis or “pot” is legal in some form or another in 28 states as well as our capital, Washington DC.) Each state’s laws regarding marijuana...

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Protect Against Excavation & Trench Hazards

By on Jun 8, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

According to the American Federation of State, County as well as Community Staff members, one of the typical hazards associated with excavation or trenching job is cave-ins. Individuals bearing the highest risk of getting seized in a collapse include but not limited to: a) Workers who repair utility lines like sewer, water, and others b) Roadway building contractors...

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Keeping Workers Safe From Fire Risk

By on Jun 8, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Although most areas of the country have excellent fire departments, fires are still responsible for huge losses of jobs and lives. The most recent National Fire Defense Record (NFPA) record released in 2015 stated that there were more than 3000 civilian deaths and more than 15,000 fire injuries that took place in the United States. The costs associated with fires...

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Why Having an Ergonomic Chair Matters

By on May 16, 2017 in Workplace Safety |

Consider your work chair. Is it comfortable and also supportive? Do you feel healthy being in it? Is it steady? If you responded to “no” to any of these questions, you could need a new chair– one that is ergonomically correct. But it is essential for your company and you to do the research initially. “There are lots of ergonomic chairs available, however it can be a...

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