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TOPIC: Keep-your-employees-safe

The Effects of the Flu in the Workplace

100 million

According to a study conducted by Walgreens, examining the effects of influenza (flu) on everyday life, this is the number of working days lost to sickness in the US during our last flu season.

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Building a Culture of Safety in the Workplace

Happy Friday!  This week we are discussing motivating employees to be safe.  We found that open communication and including employees in safety decisions will bring about the desired results.  Today we will discuss the motivation for leaders to want to improve safety.

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Safety Incentive Programs – Pros and Cons

Will a Safety Incentive Program motivate employee safety?

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Ways Managers Can Help Motivate Employees in the Safety Effort?

What really motivates employees to become engaged in the safety effort?

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Evaluating Your Safety Training

It’s the end of another week and we’re happy to have you back.  This week we have been talking about Safety Training. We talked about why you need to provide safety training and the challenge of providing that training to your diverse workforce.

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The Importance of Safety Compliance Training

 

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Thanksgiving Holiday Safety

Tis the season for friends, family and holiday feasts.  Due to her inclusiveness, Thanksgiving is the most celebrated National holiday of all – which means travel, crowds, eating, family, and more eating.

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Hurricane Cleanup Safety

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Reducing Workplace Injuries - 10 tips that employees can follow

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Hurricane preparedness and Halloween Safety

Hi everyone.  We hope that you and your employees are staying safe and dry today – it’s messy out there.  Sandy isn’t letting up and has increased in strength along the East coast today with maximum winds of 85 mph.  Sandy remains a Category 1 hurricane but is expected to lose its characteristics as a tropical cyclone later today and should then move to a wintertime low pressure system.  Despite these changes, hurricane force winds are expected late tonight or early tomorrow morning as the storm comes ashore somewhere in the vicinity of New Jersey.  Sandy is expected to put 50 million people at risk.

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