Fall Prevention Awareness Week started Saturday, September 22 this year. Have you included it on your priority list?
In our first part of this four-part blog series, we discussed the importance of creating and practicing a plan to handle unexpected disasters. Part of every emergency plan should also include life-saving skills and methods that can give you and your team the best chance of survival during a threat.
According to the CDC, ladders account for nearly 20% of fall injuries in the workplace, which makes them one of the most dangerous items in your organization.
You’ve made environmental, health and safety your career, but don’t be surprised if your team members don’t share your quest for knowledge and success.
Industrial safety isn’t just good for business – it’s critical to keep your workers safe, healthy, and happy.
The 4th of July is a favorite holiday for many Americans. It’s in the middle of summer which is especially great for families that often get everyone together for the big celebration. Popular 4th of July activities include grilling, pool and lake days, parades, camping, and of course, fireworks.
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Short Message Service (SMS), also known as text messaging, has long been a go-to communication method for just about everyone. It’s the most widely used data service in the world, with 81% of Americans texting regularly.
There’s no shortage of metrics to capture in your environmental, health and safety strategy. Figuring out which ones can make the biggest impact can seem daunting, but many of them are critical to your organization’s success. When creating your EHS strategy, recording your Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) should be a priority.