Tips to Prevent Worker Fatigue in Manufacturing
Worker fatigue has become more prevalent across industries, and it can be particularly dangerous in industries such as manufacturing where employees are in contact with machinery and equipment. Implementing a fatigue risk management plan can help businesses protect their teams.
Keeping Workers Safe in Confined Spaces
Without proper risk mitigation plans in place, confined spaces can pose a serious risk to workers. You can help reduce jobsite injuries in confined spaces by implementing straightforward safety practices.
Recognizing National Preparedness Month
September marks Ready.gov’s National Preparedness Month, an observance dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of being prepared for disasters and emergencies. Understanding the risks your business may face can help you to assess and develop a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan.
The Importance of Risk Management in Healthcare
Risk management in the healthcare industry plays an increasingly crucial role. To effectively identify and prevent risk to patients, employees and visitors in a healthcare setting, it’s imperative for risk managers to assess and problem-solve to mitigate top risks related to the industry.
Telematics Essential to Effective Fleet Management
Fleet managers previously considered telematics technology as “nice to have.” Today, more businesses realize that telematics is crucial to delivering vital information about their overall vehicle health and driver behaviors to improve efficiency, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.
Recognizing OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week
Health and safety programs play a vital part in any business, but especially in industries where workers are at higher risk of injury or illness. OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week recognizes the importance of workplace safety and provides helpful resources for organizations to enhance their own practices.
June is National Safety Month
The National Safety Council (NSC) dedicates the month of June each year to reminding everyone about ways to remain safe on the job. This year the program celebrates its 25th anniversary and has established four key topics, one for each week of the month.
Avoid OSHA’s Fatal Four Construction Hazards
As we move into construction’s busiest time of the year, now is the time to review your safety policies and procedures to ensure your workers are adequately protected from OSHA’s Fatal Four Construction Hazards.