Easy to Use Recognition Programs

  As a supervisor or site manager, you are probably responsible for overseeing the safety of your workplace. You work hard to train employees on important safety procedures and remind them to follow safety guidelines each day. Your employees are the key to the success you have had in keeping incident reports low. Everyone is working hard to make your workplace safer and healthier. How do you recognize them for…

Hear! Hear! Noise Protection is Important!

    According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, approximately 22 million U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels while at work. Hearing loss is one of the most common work-related disabilities in the United States and can cost an estimated $242 million in workers’ compensation payments each year. A strategy to protect workers from occupational noise exposure is essential. Implementing a hearing loss prevention program…

ABCs of Spring Cleaning for Safety

  Spring is more than a time to clear away dirt and clutter; it is also a great time to remove safety hazards in the workplace. Spring cleaning with safety in mind can make the workplace a more functional and safer place for employees. By following a few spring cleaning ABC’s, you can eliminate hazards and reduce injuries. All-Weather Preparation- Spring is the rainy season. In some parts of the…

Work Zone Safety Saves Lives

  National Work Zone Awareness Week is an annual spring campaign held at the start of construction season to encourage safe driving through highway work zones. The week is also a time to remind construction workers the importance of wearing high visibility clothing and being safe while on the job as roadway sites. The most recent findings from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 937 construction workers were killed…