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Tackling Sexual Harassment – The Priorities for Creating a Safe Workplace in 2018

By on Jun 13, 2018 in Workplace Safety |

Sexual harassment is not a new topic amongst businesses, but it’s an incredibly important one. All men and women deserve to work in an environment that they feel safe and secure in, and that starts with cracking down on sexual harassment in the workplace. No matter what industry you work in, if you’re a business leader, then you have the responsibility...

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It’s Time to Put an End to Heat Stress in the Summer Workplace

By on Jun 7, 2018 in Workplace Safety |

Workers face a number of risks every day, but when summer rolls around, there are a whole new set of risks to deal with. One of the most serious of these is heat-related hazards and the associated illnesses that can arise. Heat-related illnesses (HRI) are suffered from by thousands of US workers on a yearly basis. These can quickly turn into much more serious...

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Workplace deaths on the rise; injuries/illnesses down

By on Apr 27, 2018 in Workplace Safety |

Workplace related deaths are rising as of last year while workplace illnesses have decreased. The top 3 non-fatal injuries being sprains, strains, tears. There is a need to remain vigilant in protecting workers from death while continuing to also manage workplace safety to maintain overall individual health. Health affects safety and vice versa, so companies should...

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Active Shooter Preparedness

By on Mar 27, 2018 in Workplace Safety |

Preparing Your Workplace for an Active Shooter It’s heartbreaking to acknowledge that violence in the workplace occurs. According to the CDC more than 15,000 employees became a workplace homicide victim over the last 20 years. Four-fifths of these injuries were a result of gunfire. It’s difficult to imagine something like this would occur where you work....

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Do This When Workplace Accidents Happen

By on Mar 25, 2018 in Workplace Safety |

Office mishaps happen. They happen regularly and some are severe. OSHA requires employers to take all reasonable actions to protect their personnel from office injuries & work-related health challenges. To comply, it’s vital that you have procedures in place for evaluating accidents that occur. 1. Establish what took place. You’ll need to analyze the...

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