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If You Want to Save Lives Be a Lifeguard

Realism in Safety I really enjoy this particular outlook on safety and itts implementation. I hope you take the time to read its different approach to a this very important issue. "I’ve worked in safety to one extent or another for 30 years. In fact, This June will mark my thirtieth year in a profession that isn’t all that much older than me. And in that time I’ve met all kinds of safety professionals, from the useless goofballs that the organization felt obligated to keep (the plant manager’s brother-in-law), to the lazy, on-the-job retirees who sit in their offices and do nothing but produce carbon dioxide and occasionally methane, to the safety fanatics (usually someone who has been pe

Emergency Preparedness: Training Employees

When it comes to emergencies, you might ask yourself, how can I possibly prepare all of my employees for all possible disasters that can arise? Training for every conceivable emergency can seem daunting. How are you supposed to know what to train and at what frequency? Planning An emergency in the workplace is any situation that threatens the lives of workers, customers, or the public. The emergency can disrupt or shut down operations, cause physical or environmental damage, and can be either natural or man-made. Planning for all potential emergencies will help both you and your employees be ready for unexpected situations. The size of your facility and workforce will determine your training

Low Cost Wellness

Low-cost Wellness Strategies Workplace wellness programs may not only increase employee morale, but also reap a positive return on investment for employers. Although Work Wellness programs are often expensive, there are ways employers can make positive changes for little or no cost. Nutrition Fruit and Vegetable Consumption The following are low-cost strategies that encourage healthy eating: Provide healthy eating reminders to employees using posters, emails and intranet posts. Offer healthier food options in the vending machines and in the cafeteria, as well as at meetings, conferences and catered events. Ensure that on-site cafeterias follow healthy cooking practices and set nutritional st

Eliminate Your Distracted Driving

The National Safety Council (NSC) encourages all motorists to observe Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April and this year is urging legislators across the country to enact comprehensive laws to further prevent distracted driving injuries and deaths on our roadways. The NSC believes a full ban on electronic device use behind the wheel is the best way to keep drivers safe; however, data collected by the Council indicates that while many states have implemented partial distracted driving laws, still others are woefully behind in addressing the issue. According to the NSC State of Safety report, which grades states on actions and policies they have taken—or not taken—to reduce risk for all

OSHA and Exits

More Than Just Doors: Do You Know Your Exit Routes? Providing a compliant emergency exit comprises more than installing a panic bar on an outward opening door and placing an exit sign above it. OSHA, in fact, favors the term exit route, which consists of three parts. The exit access—the portion of the exit route that leads to the exit; The exit itself—the portion of the exit route that provides a protected way to the exit discharge; and The exit discharge—the part of the exit route that leads directly outside or to a street, walkway, refuge area, public way, or open space with access to the outside.e OSHA regulations generally require that a workplace have at least two exit routes, but the n

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