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Train Your Workers for First Aid Emergencies

I was speaking to a long-time client the other day who called to thank me for recommending First Aid training for her workers. She went on to explain that one of her older workers was experiencing mild chest pains, and his coworkers jumped into action. One called 911 while the other performed steps outlined in the training he had received.

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Protect Your Workers By Preventing Forklift Injuries

One of the biggest dangers in the workplace can be operating heavy machinery – specifically forklifts.

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Protect the Eyes of Your Workers

The purpose of today’s safety message is about eye protection. I'm sharing this information to help our readers see clearly the importance of protecting the eyes of your workers.

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Protecting Hands and Keeping Workers Safe

Hand protection has been of particular importance to my family long before I was born. My  grandfather realized the importance of protecting the hands of local workers back in the 1940’s, and he started our company to meet that need.

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Keep Your Employees Safe from Workplace Violence

It has been reported that deaths resulting from workplace violence have ranked among the top causes of occupational fatalities in American workplaces. Additionally, nearly 2 million workers are reported to be victims each year of some type of workplace violence.

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Prevent Hearing Loss in the Workplace

At a neighbor’s barbecue recently, I met an older gentleman who talked about his recent retirement from a printing organization. He spent years running printing presses and maintaining large machines that pumped out millions of printed materials each week.

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Eye on the Hurricane Season

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 3 storm on August 29, 2005. More than 1800 people lost their lives in the storm, and Katrina ultimately caused over $80 billion of damage. Several levees failed to contain rising waters from the storm in New Orleans, which experienced the worst of the devastation. Hurricane Katrina left much of the city under water with water approximately 12 feet high in some areas.  

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How Strong is Your Safety Culture?

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Protect Workers from the Heat

As we enter the dog days of summer and see record-setting temperatures throughout much of the United States, heat related injuries are very much on our minds for outdoor workers.

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Share a Safety Message

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