Promote Family Health and Safety

  Safety culture is made stronger when employees have internalized their reason for practicing safety every day. For many, their families are the reason they pledge to stay safe. Show your support for their personal safety inspiration by promoting health and safety at work and at home. Hosting a family health and safety fair is a great way to share safety information and show your employees that you care. Planning…

Are You Flu Season Savvy?

Preparing your workplace for flu season is essential in maintaining a healthy environment for your employees. It is estimated that 20% of the Americans get the flu every year, leading to 111 million workdays lost due to illness. This means lost time, lost productivity, and hits to the company’s bottom line. Being proactive about flu protection can cut down on how employees are affected by the virus. Knowledge is power…

Safety Is Everyone’s Responsibility

Ever walk around the worksite and see things out of place? Power cords stretched across walking paths, safety guard rails not installed properly, boxes and equipment piled too high in the storage closet- the list of potential hazards goes on and on. Have you ever asked your employees, “Who is responsible?” and gotten an answer that is less than ideal? “It wasn’t me!” is an answer safety managers and supervisors…

Disaster Management: Evacuation

All too often companies are simply not prepared for the impact of a natural or man-made disaster. They may view the potential for disaster as remote, believing that the images of devastation they see on television will never be close enough to witness in person. As with any situation, employee safety should be top priority for businesses. It’s hard to know when a disaster will strike, but employers should have…