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TOPIC: Safety-training

Welcome to Safety: The Importance of Worker Orientation


I’m always excited when a new employee starts at Arbill. We plan in advance to welcome the employee and make sure he/she meets with key people and learns the ropes from our experienced staff. It’s also important that all new employees -- in every area of the company --understands from day one that we are a safety company. Nothing is more important than keeping workers safe. 

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Ongoing Safety Training: Your Most Important Investment


Workplace injuries and illnesses cost workers their lives and have resounding economic effects. Recent statistics show workplace injuries cost employers $60 billion in direct U.S. workers compensation costs in 2016.

That’s why ongoing safety training is so important to saving lives and ultimately your business. The goal of ongoing safety training is to create a level of awareness about safety issues and how to deal with them as well as instituting a culture that nurtures confidence in being able to respond effectively during an emergency.

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New Employee Safety Training: What You Need To Know


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 40% of workers injured, have been on the job less than one year. Why are new workers more likely to be hurt?

The main reason given is a lack of safety information provided by the employer. In a BLS study of workers injured while operating power saws, nearly one in five said that no safety training on the equipment was provided.

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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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Fall Protection: What's Wrong With This Picture?


One in five worker deaths last year were in construction with more than 100,000 injuries occurring as a result of work-related falls. According to OSHA, the most frequently sited workplace safety violation is failure to provide fall protection. Scaffolding accidents are among the most common in the construction industry.

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Top Ten OSHA Violations and How to Avoid Them


The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) was established in 1970 "to assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance." In order for OSHA to succeed in this mission, companies must be in compliance of its safety standards.

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Top 10 WORKPLACE Safety Training Tips Revealed...

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Worker Orientation - Welcome to Safety!

I’m always excited when a new employee starts at Arbill. We plan in advance to welcome the employee and make sure he/she meets with key people and learns the ropes from our experienced staff. It’s also important that all new employees -- in every area of the company --understands from day one that we are a safety company. Nothing is more important than keeping workers safe. 

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The Cost of Workplace injuries and illnesses

Workplace injuries and illnesses have a tremendous impact on the bottom line for employers.

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