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Tips for Improving Staff Training and Development

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on February 1, 2021 at 3:16 PM

Not every employee looks forward to staff training and development. In organizations where the practice of organizing training has grown stale and repetitive, workers can come to dread these programs instead of looking forward to them as opportunities to improve their skills and abilities. But there are strategies to up your game when it comes to planning and implementing education and training sessions for your team.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Training Management, Safety Culture, Human Resources

3 Keys to Dock Plate Safety

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 29, 2021 at 11:14 AM

Your loading docks see a lot of traffic in the course of a day. That also means they’re the site of far too many potential hazards, which is why safety equipment is so critical.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Manufacturing, Logistics and Transportation, Warehouse Safety

CBD in the Workplace

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 27, 2021 at 11:28 AM

It’s a given that no worker should consume any substance that could impair them while on the job. The safety of that employee and every other employee depends on everyone being fully alert and focused on the task at hand. But what about CBD in the workplace?

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Human Resources

Prevent Future Incidents with EHS Insight's Lessons Learned Module

Posted by Katy Lyden on January 25, 2021 at 1:56 PM

When a company experiences an incident, especially if the incident was severe or particularly damaging, it’s natural for leadership to want to provide a quick response to show the workforce they’re involved and doing something.

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Topics: EHS Software, Risk Management, Training Management, Incident Management, Safety Culture, Human Resources

Safety Tips for Workers Wearing a Fall Arrest Harness

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 22, 2021 at 11:48 AM

There are few things as scary as working at heights. Even for workers who do it on a daily basis, it can be a little scary. After all, there’s a lot that can go wrong. More importantly, if something does go wrong, the consequences will be nothing short of serious. This is why safety should always be a top priority for companies who ask employees to work at heights and use a fall arrest harness on the job.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Safety Management, PPE

Fire Safety Tips: Posting Fire Safety Signs and More

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 20, 2021 at 4:53 PM

No matter the industry, fire is the most constant and universal workplace safety hazard. It’s always been that way and it’ll likely always be that way. Obviously, it’s not the only safety concern, especially for manufacturing companies that have many other safety hazards to worry about. However, fire safety is one of the most fundamental safety needs and shouldn’t be overlooked.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety

How to Start a Healthy Workplace and Safety Program in 2021

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 19, 2021 at 10:26 AM

We can all agree that workplace safety can be a daunting challenge. Thus, it’s something that should be tackled one step at a time. The worst thing you can do is try to get too far ahead of yourself. Instead, focus on tasks you can accomplish today that can create a safer work environment for your employees.

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Topics: OSHA, Workplace Health and Safety, Compliance, EHS Management, Safety Management, Safety Culture

What Types of Extinguishers Are Appropriate for Your Workplace?

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 15, 2021 at 11:53 AM

Whether you work in a traditional office or a manufacturing setting, fire is always a safety threat. Keeping fire extinguishers on hand and teaching employees about fire exits are both critical components of workplace safety. However, not everyone realizes that there are different types of extinguishers that serve different purposes. It’s up to company managers and supervisors to make sure they have the right one.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Incident Management, Safety Management, PPE

Essential Safety Tools and Equipment Manufacturing Employees Need

Posted by EHS Insight Resources on January 13, 2021 at 2:11 PM

Maintaining a safe work environment requires a lot of things. For starters, it requires commitment and organization on the part of company managers and supervisors. But commitment and organization can only go so far if company leaders don’t provide employees with the proper safety tools and equipment. Ultimately, those are the tangible items that will keep employees safe while on the job.

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Topics: Workplace Health and Safety, Manufacturing, Incident Management, Safety Management, PPE

Avoid Replicating These Safety Failures from the Reddit OSHA Page

Posted by EHS Insight Staff on January 12, 2021 at 11:47 PM

The Internet can be a wonderful place. But it can also serve as a cautionary tale. The Reddit OSHA page is one of the best examples of this. It’s full of pictures and stories of mishaps and mistakes from the workplace that folks have shared. In a way, some of these stories are funny, at least they are if nobody got hurt. However, they still violated OSHA regulations and can be dangerous.

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