Lone Worker Safety

Taking Steps to Ensure the Safety of Employees who Work Alone Keeping a watchful eye on workers is a key component to worker safety. It may seem like a silly concept; surely, your adult workers do not need a babysitter. However, accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. Properly training site supervisors, safety managers and workers to watch each other can prevent accidents, or, minimize the response time when…

Make an Impact with Recognition

  It’s that time of year again; time for your organization to start planning the end-of-the-year recognition presentation. An effective safety awards presentation has the power to generate feelings of loyalty and improve productivity among a company’s employees. Visibly showing employees that you value their work and effort, and doing so in front of peers, is the key to retaining top employees. As another year ends, Safety Pros has these tips…

Shift Work Sleep Disorders

  Shift workers, like first responders, hospital staff, factory workers, miners, and office cleaning personnel, have at least one thing in common. They are all at risk of developing shift work sleep disorders. Workers that have irregular shifts may not be getting the amount of sleep their bodies need. The sleep deprivation is worse for workers, such as first responders and medical professionals, who are required to have on-call shifts.…