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Reactive vs. Proactive Safety on the Jobsite

Just as a small child learns to not touch the stove after being burned, many worksite safety rules are put into effect after an incident occurs. This is called taking a reactive approach to safety. While this is a necessary part of a safety culture process – many Occupational...

Making Safety a Priority Can Create a Return on Investment for your Business

Today, every business is looking for ways to reduce costs and strengthen its bottom line. How do you know you’re looking for savings in the right places? An often overlooked area in the search to reduce costs is safety — specifically, the programs, policies and procedures crea...

Join Amerisure in Observing National Safety Month this June

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), over 146,000 preventable deaths occurred in 2015. With this number at an all-time high, it is crucial that safety become a top priority in the workplace and at home. This June, join Amerisure in observing National Safety Month...

Trench Safety Stand Down Week

Always with an eye to keep worksites safe, the National Utility Contractor’s Association (NUCA) – with the full support of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – recognizes June 19 to 24, 2017 as Trench Safety Stand Down Week. What does this mean? The NUCA ...