When Carbon Monoxide Can Be a Real Threat to Workers
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Make sure your crew knows what to do to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Avoid Back Injuries With These Workplace Safety Tips
Don't put yourself in a position where you bend over...and you can't get back up. Follow these workplace safety tips to protect your back.
Why Implementing a Radiation Protection Program is Important
While everyone is exposed to natural background radiation, workers may also be exposed to ionizing radiation in workplaces with radiation sources.
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.
Reduce Exposure to Silica Dust to Ensure the Safety of Workers
An exposure control plan must be part of the safety program for any organization that has employees that could potentially be exposed to silica dust.
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.
Cover Your Cough: Stop the Spread of Germs at Work
Cover your mouth, wash your hands with soap, and throw your tissues away. These simple steps help protect everyone at work from germs that make us sick.
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?