Safety Engagement: Training Games for the Workplace

  Keeping employees engaged during safety training can be a challenge. Your employees might groan at the idea of sitting in a classroom reviewing PowerPoints and safety quiz materials. To beat the training day blues, shake things up with a few games throughout the lesson. Workplace safety games offer you a fun, budget-friendly, and memorable training tool to help gain employees’ attention, elevate their understanding of company safety policies and…

The Challenges of Continuous Safety Training

  Safety directors and supervisors face many challenges within their positions. Every day they are responsible for educating their coworkers and employees on important safety measures. For some industries, these measures are the difference in life and death. It is a vast responsibility to ensure every person in the workplace understands the risks involved, knows how to mitigate those risks, and does their part to avoid accidents. Continuous safety training…

Creating a Safety Plan for the Office

  When most people think about job safety, they often think of massive machinery in factories, the many dangers around a construction site, or the potential of someone getting hurt while using power tools. Many view office environments to be safe havens, with the only real danger being a papercut. Unfortunately, that is not the case. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, tens of thousands of private-industry office and…

Rethink Office Safety (Infographic)

As you thumb through annual reports, sip coffee, and catch up on a few emails, office safety is probably the last thing on your mind. While the office doesn’t seem like a dangerous environment, there are little known safety risks that office workers need to be aware of. It’s time to rethink office worker safety. Consider these statistics and share preventative information with your staff.   Maintaining a healthy environment…