Category Archives: OSHA

Counteract Cell Phone Distraction to Keep Employees Safe

Cell phones are everywhere – but using them at work can be dangerous. Your employees may be putting themselves in danger by performing some of the most common actions imaginable. As cell phones became ubiquitous, they encroached on the workplace, … Continue reading

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Training employees to handle hazardous waste safely

Properly handling and disposing of hazardous waste is essential, for the safety of employees and the environment alike. Hazardous waste can be an inescapable part of some industries. Whether companies produce these potentially dangerous chemicals in large or small amounts, … Continue reading

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Preventing workplace back injuries

Back injuries can be debilitating for employees and costly for companies – so what are the best ways to counter and prevent them? A back injury in the workplace can be a life-altering event for a worker. No company wants to … Continue reading

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Creating a fall-free workplace

There are a host of different fall prevention training options, divided up by the type of workplace affected. The danger of a slip, trip or fall is something that workplaces of all kinds must minimize – but the ways in … Continue reading

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Take a serious look at workplace fire safety

Fire safety is a well-known branch of workplace training. But are companies really ready to face an incident? Fire – it’s about as well-known as a workplace risk can be. That said, it’s important not to take fire safety for granted. … Continue reading

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