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TOPIC: Reducing-workplace-injuries

Blind Spots: Keys to Increase Visibility in Your Workplace

We all know to be aware of blind spots while we are driving and many of us double check to make sure there is not a car next to us when we are merging into a lane. But did you know that blind spots can also exist in the office, warehouse or factory?

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Reduce Workplace Injuries: 5 Steps to Take Today

According to the 2016 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, nonfatal workplace injuries amounted to nearly $62 billion in direct U.S. workers compensations costs (more than a billion dollars per week). When you combine the direct and indirect costs, the average cost of a workplace injury is $100,000. With the potential for additional costs, due to OSHA fines and other legal action.

As you can see, workplace injuries can be very costly. There is the financial impact, as well as the emotional toll that an injury can take on your employees and your organization. It is imperative that you take the proper steps to reduce injuries and ensure your employees go home safely after every shift. 

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The Key to Accurate Gas Detection

Last week I focused on Confined Spaces. This week I’d like to address Gas Detection, which
is especially important in Confined Spaces.

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Reconsidered Safety Posts: Eye Injuries

Welcome to this week's final installment of the Arbill blog series Reconsidered Safety Posts. Over this past week, we've looked back at a series of posts on categories of common workplace accidents: Slips, Trips And Falls and Hands And Gloves.

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Protect Your Eyes with Eye Protection – There’s No Reason Not To!

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Effective Safety Training for a Diverse American Workplace

We are glad to see you back at the Arbill Blog.  Happy Wednesday.

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Reducing Workplace Injuries - 10 tips that employees can follow

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