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TOPIC: Safety-program

Off-the-Job Safety: Is it My Responsibility?

With the help of OSHA, the National Safety Council and Arbill, your workplace injury rates have been steadily decreasing. The question is, does your responsibility end there?

As the business owner or manager, you might initially think that your corporate responsibility for safety initiatives ends in the workplace and that your employees safety at home isn’t your problem. This however is not the case.

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6 Workers' Comp Tips to Reduce Your Costs

Having workers’ compensation coverage is extremely important for employers, especially those in industries where employees are at a daily risk for injury. Every employer wants to improve their safety program and reduce incidents. For new employers, the cost of workers compensation coverage can be staggering to say the least and this often unplanned cost can be a major setback to the business.

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Time Saving Tips on How to Keep Safety a Priority

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What the Safest Workplaces are Doing that You are Not

When it comes to safety, most major companies are extremely conscious about creating the safest working environment possible. In order to achieve this work environment, most managers strive to be extremely thoughtful when it comes to both rule and policy reinforcement; this way, they’ll be able to protect the health and safety of all employees.

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The Importance of Safety Compliance Training


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Reducing Workplace Injuries - 10 tips that employees can follow

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