Proper Lifting Techniques at Work Help You Avoid Back Injury
No awkward twisting, don't lift over your head, don't handle objects incorrectly, use proper technique, keep it close... let's focus proper lifting.
Injuries Increase When Fatigue Reduces Safety Awareness
Workplace injuries can increase when a worker's reaction time and awareness are decreased from being fatigued due to stress, anxiety, or lack of sleep.
Back Injury Prevention Tips and Techniques for All Workers
Apply these safety tips and techniques when your job requires lifting and carrying, to prevent potential discomfort, aggravation, strains, sprains and injury.
Health Hazards of Working With Cement in Construction Projects
Workers using cement should know the health hazards, understand the risks, and follow safe working procedures necessary to limit harmful exposure.
Employee Access to Their Own Medical and Exposure Records
Employees who have exposure to toxic substances or harmful physical agents at their work site have a right to view their medical and exposure records.
Recognize the Symptoms of Cold Stress, It Could Save a Life
Do you know how to recognize the symptoms of frost bite and hypothermia and what to do if you see those dangerous signs in yourself or your co-worker?
How to Add Stress Prevention Into Your Safety Program
If your employees are facing high stress situations, then you need to incorporate stress prevention and management into your safety training program.
Using Cleaning Chemicals at Work: Health Risks and Safety Tips
Employees who use cleaning chemicals on the job must be trained to understand the health risks and safety precautions to follow at work.
High Standards for Personal Hygiene Reduce Risk at Work
Practicing effective hygiene habits at work can help provide an atmosphere of cleanliness, orderliness, and safety while also preventing the spread of illness.