Tag Archives: Safety Training

Promote a culture of safety in the workplace

Implementing safety programs, whether mandated or aspiration-based, can be a difference-maker for organizations today. Employees at all levels must be on board with these changes. Some workplaces are naturally more dangerous than others – all have their risks. Since there … Continue reading

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OSHA training: Stay current in the face of updates

Not only are OSHA regulations important to comply with, but also they’re always evolving. It’s up to you to keep up. Keeping employees up on the latest safety procedures as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a … Continue reading

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The importance of an ergonomic workplace

Office workers are at a greater risk for developing musculoskeletal disorders. The medical costs associated with these conditions can be avoided if office managers work toward creating an ergonomic workplace. According to Prevention, sitting puts 40 percent more pressure on … Continue reading

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Ask Jeff! Safety Training for Everyone

Earlier this week we posted “6 simple ways to make your workplace safer.” Safety is critical at every workplace, from an office to a construction site. Today we have Jeff Holth, Channel Partner Program Manager at MasteryTCN, here to talk … Continue reading

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OSHA releases results of severe injury reporting program

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, on March 17, published the results from the inaugural year of its Severe Injury Reporting Program. In 2015, employers reported approximately 10,388 severe workplace injuries, including more than 7,000 hospitalizations and over 2,000 amputations. … Continue reading

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