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The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America


This past December, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries in 2015. According to the report, there were 4,836 fatal work injuries in 2015, which is the highest since 2008 (5,214 fatal injuries). The overall rate of fatal work injuries was 3.38 per 100,000 full-time equivalent (FTE) workers, which was lower than the 2014 rate of 3.43.

Of the 4,836 fatal injuries in 2015, over 50% happened in the Construction, Transportation, Agriculture Forestry, Fishing and Professional Services industries. The Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting industry had the highest fatal work injury rate, 22.8 per 100,000 full-time workers, and the Construction industry had the highest number of fatal work injuries, 937.

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Forklift Safety: 4 Tips to Prevent Injuries


One of the biggest dangers in the workplace can be operating heavy machinery, specifically forklifts. According to OSHA, each year nearly 11% of forklifts will be part of some accident, resulting in about 100,000 injuries and 85 fatalities.

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Top 10 Workplace Safety Training Tips


To ensure your workers go home safely after every shift, you need more than the right safety products and personal protective equipment. You need workers who are properly trained and fully engaged. Danger exists in the workplace, and no one, not even experienced professionals, are immune to accidents.

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Fight the Cold: Keys to Protect Your Workers This Winter


Winter is here, and with it comes colder temperatures, snow and the potential dangers of cold stress.

Cold temperatures pose an occupational health hazard for many types of workers. Prolonged exposure to freezing or cold temperatures may cause serious health problems such as trench foot, frostbite, hypothermia and in extreme cases death. It is important for you to provide the proper protection for your employees this winter. This includes protecting the hands, feet, head and body.

Below we have outlined how to properly protect your workers this winter. 

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10 Workplace Safety Tips for 2017


Happy New Year! As we begin 2017, Arbill's resolution is to make this year, your safest year ever. With top of the line PPE, EH&S expertise, safety services and innovative safety technology, Arbill has the tools to aide you in your pursuit of zero injuries.

We have outlined ten workplace safety tips to help you build a comprehensive safety program and ensure your workers get home safely after every shift, in 2017.

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Focus on Fall Protection Equipment


Earlier this week, we featured a post on fall protection that provided tips to help you protect your workers from falls. Today we are going to focus on fall protection equipment and outline the things you should look for to ensure your employees are properly protected.

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Focus on Fall Protection


One of the most frequently sited workplace safety violations by the Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) is Fall Protection. Each year over 100,000 injuries and deaths are attributable to work-related falls.

According to the National Safety Council, falls are one of the leading causes of deaths in the workplace. In addition to permanent injuries and lost lives caused by falls, businesses lose billions of dollars each year from significant increases in insurance premiums, workers’ compensation claims, product liability costs, and other related expenses.

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Holiday Safety Tips


Arbill works hard all year to keep you and your employees safe so that everyone can go home to their families at the end of each and every day. It is with this commitment to safety in mind that we want to provide some tips to ensure everyone gets through the holidays safely.

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Reduce Workplace Injuries With Predictive Analytics


While the notion of predictive analytics may seem like a topic for a dissertation of an MIT grad student, the reality is that predictive analytics is already a part of your life – you just don’t notice it. Today, Netflix determines what movies/shows you are likely to enjoy, eHarmony selects your ideal life mate, Healthcare organizations identify patients at risk of developing various diseases and credit card companies determine your propensity to file for bankruptcy. Predictive analytics is here and it is about to get more pervasive.


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Safety Eyewear: Seeing Through the Fog


Eye injuries in the workplace are very common, with about 2,000 eye injuries occurring each day, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). However, many experts believe that the right eye protection can lessen the severity or even prevent 90 percent of eye injuries.

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