Archive for Tag: Risk Management

07.02.19

Two Simple Ways to Prevent Workplace Accidents

Employee safety should always be top priority. Not only are accidents expensive for the company, but leaders also want each of their employees to arrive home safely after work each day. Employee accidents don’t have to be a necessary evil. Here are a couple ways to decrease the number of accidents in your workplace. Create […]

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06.25.19

Is Your Forklift Certification Training Program in Compliance?

One area where many companies fail to maintain OSHA compliance...
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05.28.19

Office Ergonomics Keep Employees Safe and Healthy

The key to preventing work-related neck and back injuries is...
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05.17.19

Working Safely in the Summer Heat

Summer heat can be more than uncomfortable; it can be...
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05.03.19

Electrical Safety Affects Every Workplace

Electrical hazards impact workplaces in nearly every industry. May is...
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04.09.19

Encouraging Employees to Report Near Miss Incidents to Improve Workplace Safety

For every accident that occurs in the workplace, there are...
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03.05.19

What Should I Do if an Employee is Injured at Work?

If your company participates in the Helpside Workers’ Compensation program, there are specific steps you should take any time an employee is injured to ensure that the employee is taken care of and the claim has the best possible outcome. If the employee’s injury is life or limb threatening, please seek emergency treatment at the nearest emergency […]

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02.15.19

Small Businesses Can Stay Informed Using OSHA Resources

This article was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director for...
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01.21.19

Reduce Workplace Injuries and Costs with a Nurse Triage Program

This article was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director and...
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01.07.19

The Two Most Common Workplace Injury Types and How to Prevent Them

This post was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director and...
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