Falling Object Safety During Outdoor Work
“Struck By” is a leading cause of fatal and non-fatal worker accidents, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It’s also one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four” causes of construction deaths. Learn what you can do on your job sites to minimize this enormous and expensive risk.
The Power of Motor Vehicle Reports
Did you know the caliber and experience of your drivers will have a direct impact on the safety of your fleet? Failing to properly screen candidates before hiring them, and regularly thereafter, can be costly.
Technology for Road Construction
Road construction risks the lives of drivers and workers on a daily basis. In fact, work zone fatalities for drivers, passengers, pedestrians and bicyclists are all on the rise.
Get Help with Haptic Technology
Continuously monitoring the jobsite for unsafe behavior is a tough task, especially with current social distancing guidelines. But what if there was a technology that allowed employees to work independently, while still holding them accountable for risky behavior? Haptic technology, which is primarily used in wearable devices, can do just that.
Jobsite Safety for Rising Temperatures
Construction workers face a variety of risks on a daily basis. Many are obvious, such as slips, trips and falls; heavy lifting and large, moving vehicles. However, not all risks are this clear to see. One of the most dangerous and often overlooked hazards is heat.
Safe Patient Handling
When it comes to safe patient handling, there are many myths about precautions, procedures and more. Are you able to separate fact from fiction? Keep reading to learn some of the most common assumptions regarding patient handling, and how you can improve your practice in these areas.