Accident Prevention

The experts say at least 80% of industrial accidents are caused by unsafe acts on the part of employees—and not by unsafe conditions. Although employers are required by law to provide a safe and healthful workplace, it is up to you to be aware of your work environment and follow safe work practices. Doing so will reduce accidents, increase productivity, and save costs.

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Struck by Objects

There are many things vying for our attention every day, and a lack of focus on the task at hand can lead to tragedy, especially in riskier situations. Objects that fall, roll, fly, slide, slip and swing can do serious damage to a person.

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Lifting & Carry Safety

Lifting and carrying are power jobs that require special care and training to prevent back injuries. Back injuries accounted for 177,580 of the total 905,690 injuries in the private sector in 2012, according to Injury Facts 2015. Back injuries can be difficult to treat and may result in lengthy and expensive rehabilitation.

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Stand On Mower Safety Tips

Careful use of a mower protects the safety of the equipment operator and provides better mowing results. Below are some safety tips to help you ensure safe equipment operation.

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Top Seven Safety Tips for Office Workers

With their climate control, soft chairs and armrests, office environments don’t conjure up thoughts of workplace hazards like, say, construction sites. It’s true, office workers are at lower risk for workplace injuries than most, but it’s still important to talk about safety with office employees.

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