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 »

Three Safety Procedures So Simple You Might Be Forgetting Them

Maintaining a safe workplace is everyone’s job: workers and managers alike! Though some safety procedures – like learning how to operate specific tools and machines – require training, other safety practices are falling-off-a-log easy. There are steps you can take every day to make your workplace safer. As you work hard day in and day out, always keep these three easy safety tips in mind: Protect your back. Did your parents ever tell you to stand up straight when you were younger? They weren’t wrong! Good posture is an easy way to prevent pain and injuries while working. Whether you… Read more »

How to Conduct a Safety Audit

During Workplace Safety Month, we reflect on the value of safety precautions and their role in protecting workers. A safety audit is one way to review your company’s safety plan and ensure it’s up to date and compliant with safety standards and regulations. How to audit your safety plan A safety audit is an evaluation of your workplace activities and your process for safety management. They are frequently conducted by an external third party and aren’t held as frequently as safety inspections, which are usually handled in-house. Safety audits review the effectiveness of your current workplace health and safety procedures.… Read more »