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At least once a year, make sure to have a safety meeting covering how to behave during an OSHA site visit so your employees feel confident and prepared.
Workplace safety isn't just something that you think about once a month at a safety meeting. Learn more about job hazard analysis and why it's important.
Even with periodic inspections, it is still every worker's responsibility to be sure that the ladder they are about to use is in safe working order.
"How could I have prevented it? Don't say, I've been doing this for 20 years, that won't happen to me, because it's not true. Look what happened."
With a fixed height up to 32 inches tall, step stools may seem safe but require many of the same safety precautions of full-size step ladders.
Join the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and organizations across the nation this year in observing National Fire Prevention Week in October.
When incidents happen at work, employers have responsibilities. Follow these steps to ensure that you cover all bases for any workplace injury incident.
Understand how implementing a workplace safety program is not only the right thing to do, but also a wise decision that will save your company money.
All workers exposed to fall hazards must be trained and know the procedures to follow to minimize fall hazards to ensure their safety while working in attics.