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TOPIC: Work-related-injuries

How Strong is Your Safety Culture?

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10 Workplace Safety Recommendations That Work

Having reviewed the value of safety, safety culture, and the importance of having a passion for safety in recent blogs, I’d like to focus today on making your workplace safer… and offer specific recommendations to keep your workers safe.

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Value + Culture + Passion = Worker Safety

Two weeks ago I used this space to focus on the Value of Safety and the importance of understanding it. Last week I wrote about the Culture of Safety and the significance of company leaders and workers embracing it. This week I want to focus on the passion to keep workers safe.

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Reasons to be Thankful...

Millions of Americans will reflect this week on their many blessings.  As families gather and as toasts are made, we acknowledge now more than any other time of year reasons why we are thankful or at least should be thankful.

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Why Work Related Injuries Need To Be Reported...

So what would keep your average construction worker from reporting an injury that he suffered on the job? More specifically, what would keep more than a quarter of construction workers reporting their injuries?

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Top 10 Workplace Safety Tips Every Employee Should Know


Workplace safety cannot exist on best practice guidelines and policies alone. A safe working environment is based on how well the people, in both management and on the factory floor, adhere to -- and communicate about -- safety standards.

The foundation of any successful workplace safety effort is one that encourages employees to identify unsafe behaviors and opportunities for improvement while also making well-informed safety decisions during daily routine tasks.

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3 Ways To Reduce Work-Related Injuries Right Now!

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Separating Fact From Fiction: The Worst Workplace Safety Myths

Whether they are old chestnuts passed down from traditional safety views of yesteryear or based on pure misconception and ignorance, present-day myths abound concerning workplace safety.

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The Most Costly And Most Common Workplace Injuries

According to a 2011 report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the most common workplace injuries resulting in the most missed days -- by a long shot -- are sprains, strains and tears. These nonfatal musculoskeletal work-related injuries account for 38% of all injuries in the workplace.

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True Costs Of Workplace Safety: The Facts And The Finance (Cont.)

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