Top Shelf Safety Improvements You Can Make Today

The way you work helps you avoid injury and illness, as well as feel better overall. In the time it takes you to say “workplace safety” you can improve the way you work—helping yourself and those around you stay healthy and safe. It’s time to hit the “easy button” and make five small changes that add up to big results. Five Ways to Be Safer at Work You can try all of the following easy-peasy safety techniques as soon as today: Lift Items Properly When lifting, never put strain on your back. Instead, bend your knees and stoop down to… Read more »

Use This Key Strategy to Effectively Communicate Safety Requirements to Employees

Everyone knows safety practices are important. They’re a common component on every factory floor and construction site. But it’s critical for your labor staff to understand the extent of the consequences that can occur when safety procedures are ignored. Tell employees why—and don’t let them off easy! Safety policies and procedures are in place to prevent injuries and even death. They should be taken seriously and followed to the letter. Employees should understand by ignoring safety practices, they are putting themselves—and their fellow employees—in danger. Obviously, no one wants to find themselves in harm’s way, and no one wants the… Read more »

Spotlight on Workplace Safety Month: Seven Things You Can Do

June is National Safety Month, developed by the National Safety Council to help reduce common causes of work site injury. It’s also the perfect time to revisit what you can do to keep yourself and those around you safe on the job. Seven ways to stay safe at work Your work site has safety procedures you’re expected to follow. They’re part of your training and how you conduct your daily work. These are in place for you and those around you—so you can rest easy knowing you’re protected as you work with equipment that could be dangerous if handled improperly.… Read more »