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Do You Need a Wildfire Smoke Mask?

Now that summer is here, the threat of wildfires is on the minds of people in many parts of the United States. When wildfires burn, they often devastate hundreds or thousands of acres, and smoke can spread and can affect people many miles away from sites that are burning. A wildfire smoke mask might protect you from adverse health effects. How Smoke from Wildfires Can Affect People’s Health Wildfire smoke can irritate the lungs, eyes, nose, and [...]

By |2020-07-08T13:28:49+00:00July 8th, 2020|Disaster Preparedness, Fire Safety, Respond Systems, Safety Training|Comments Off on Do You Need a Wildfire Smoke Mask?

Why You Should Update Workplace Safety Skills Regularly

The importance of workplace safety and cleanliness has been a major focus amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Even before the entry of the novel virus in the U.S., businesses have been under strict regulations to provide a safe and comfortable workplace for employees to come to each day. A major part of achieving that is through safety training. In order for the workplace to operate and function with safety in mind, employees need to understand the risks in [...]

By |2020-06-11T20:33:58+00:00June 11th, 2020|Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Why You Should Update Workplace Safety Skills Regularly

Safety is a Top Goal with Workplace Training

Workplace training is an important aspect of any operation. From a grocery store clerk to a car mechanic and even an office worker - understanding risks involved in the day to day functions of their job is important to navigating the risks and staying safe. In many industries, there are also stringent regulations in place to ensure workers always have a safe environment to perform their daily tasks.  Training for the workplace expands beyond knowing how to [...]

By |2020-05-08T20:46:54+00:00May 8th, 2020|Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Safety is a Top Goal with Workplace Training

Working with Robots – Safety Tips for the Automated Jobsite

Automation is nothing new. Many factories and job sites have been taking advantage of machines in the workplace since the industrial revolution. Over the years new technologies and developments have introduced intelligent robots that work alongside human workers to boost productivity, improve safety and change the dynamics of the workforce. Today, with the reality that the COVID-19 pandemic has created, more and more manufacturing facilities and factories are looking for ways to get work done even with [...]

By |2020-04-14T19:09:44+00:00April 14th, 2020|Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Working with Robots – Safety Tips for the Automated Jobsite

Respirator Fit Testing During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus that has spread across the globe and current COVID-19 pandemic being faced by our nation has changed daily reality for all Americans. Nowhere has the focus been more important though than for those front line workers and healthcare faculty that must treat and come into contact with infectious patients who have acquired the virus. To protect these workers, PPE equipment has become an essential necessity. The spike in need of this equipment has also [...]

By |2020-03-27T19:42:58+00:00March 27th, 2020|Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Respirator Fit Testing During COVID-19

Protecting Worker Vision with Training and Equipment

Injuries on the job are inevitable. One of the best ways to protect your business and its employees from harm is to understand the risks present and prepare for them. A common workplace injury involves the eyes. These accidents can include temporary or permanent vision loss - making them very urgent to address. In addition to medical expenses, there are also productivity decreases that can occur when your staff is out of work to heal. Not to [...]

By |2020-02-26T16:42:07+00:00February 26th, 2020|First Aid, Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Protecting Worker Vision with Training and Equipment

Worker Safety Around Heavy Equipment

Heavy equipment is ubiquitous on many worksites. While it can help employees accomplish tasks efficiently, heavy machinery can also create a risk of accidents and injuries. Enforcing safety procedures is critical to prevent equipment rollovers and to keep workers from being struck or crushed by vehicles. Machinery Safety Features and Maintenance Equipment operators should wear seat belts whenever using heavy equipment. Top-loading vehicles should have a cab shield or another form of protection for the operator. Rollover [...]

By |2020-02-13T15:52:49+00:00February 13th, 2020|First Aid, Respond Systems, Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Worker Safety Around Heavy Equipment

2020 OSHA Updates

In 2019, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) significantly increased the number of employer inspections it conducted to address violations that put workers at risk. The agency also worked on new rulemakings and programs. Some changes are slated to take effect in 2020, while others are still under consideration. Proposed Rules Coming in 2020 OSHA plans to create a Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act review panel. Its goal will be to create a standard to [...]

By |2020-01-27T12:53:21+00:00January 27th, 2020|General, Respond Systems, Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on 2020 OSHA Updates

Tips for Handling Workplace Violence

Workplace violence is a very real and scary reality that exists today. While the hope is that we are all safe in our daily routines, the truth is we spend a lot of our time confined in our workplaces and sometimes, individuals with ill intentions and bad motives can cause harm. The best way to protect yourself from harm should these scary situations arise, is to be prepared and know exactly what to do in advance of [...]

By |2020-01-16T21:49:53+00:00January 16th, 2020|Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Tips for Handling Workplace Violence

Are Your Workers Suffering from Tiredness?

If they’re like most other U.S. workers, your workers are probably tired. In fact, nearly three-quarters of America's workers arrive at work tired, according to a study by staffing firm Accountemps. The study estimated that employee exhaustion costs the economy $411 billion annually through mistakes, missed opportunities and other goofs that can befall tired workers. The Accountemps survey included responses from more than 2,800 adult workers from offices in 28 cities in the U.S. In factories and [...]

By |2019-12-17T19:38:25+00:00December 17th, 2019|First Aid, General, Safety Training, Workplace Safety|Comments Off on Are Your Workers Suffering from Tiredness?