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Train Workers on Safety

One of the most efficient ways of cutting back on workplace injuries is to raise the awareness of your employees towards Safety. Actively engaging employees in your Safety Program means they are part of the solution and are a valued asset in the profits of the company. The article below goes into a little bit of detail on the subject.

Preventing Employee Burnout

The World Health Organization (WHO) now considers burnout to be a syndrome. In previous editions of the WHO’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), burnout wasn’t considered a serious condition, and its only listed symptom was exhaustion. The WHO’s decision to upgrade burnout to a syndrome and provide a detailed set of symptoms communicates its serious stance on the dangers of burnout. Additionally, the WHO clarified in a public statement that burnout is an “occupational phenomenon” resulting “from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” Additionally, fatigue and exhaustion increase the probability for accidents as supported by OSHA statistics. What is

Cyber Training on Passwords and Eye Strain

We have all become very aware of Cyber Pirating and Hijacking of information. Super large companies have been held hostage by information bandits. The largest in history was with Equifax....you would think they would have HUGE cyber protection systems. Well, they are paying restitution of $425 MILLION to those impacted by the data breach. FYI, just in case you were a part of the data breach victims.....here is the link for you to pursue and claims against Equifax for any damage which might have been caused to you ( the 147 Million other people) or your business by using their services: Federal Trade Commission Settlement In the meantime, here are a couple of videos to help you and your bu

Lunch Breaks and Your CA Reality

Do you feel empowered to take a lunch break? 37% of millennial workers say ‘no’ June 26, 2019 YOUNG WORKERS Photo: vgajic/iStockphoto Philadelphia — Millennials are three times more likely than baby boomers to think that co-workers would negatively judge them for taking a lunch break, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by Tork, a napkin manufacturer for the food service industry. Researchers surveyed 1,600 employees about their lunchtime habits, engagement at work, productivity and job satisfaction. They found that 37% of millennials (workers ages 18-35) said they don’t feel empowered to take a lunch break. Among millennial bosses who were surveyed, 31% said employees who

OSHA Fines

Here are a few more examples of how OSHA means business...and sadly, at the expense of the employees of companies who don't take safety seriously.... California Cites Fruit Processing Company for Amputation Hazards California OSHA issued six citations and $79,245 in penalties to SFFI Company, Inc., after a worker's hand was crushed while cleaning a rotating auger. Inspectors found that the company failed to train workers on safe lockout/tagout and control of hazardous energy procedures. U.S. Department of Labor Cites and Fines Maine Roofing Contractor After Employee’s Fatal Fall AUGUSTA, ME – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Shawn

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