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TOPIC: Workplace-hazards

The True Cost Of Workplace Safety: Getting Workers Home Safe

Besides the culture of your workplace and the “fulfillment factor” of your employees’ jobs, workplace safety is the key determinant of your workers’ happiness. And it’s this happiness, this genuine employment satisfaction, which determines their productivity and your company’s long-term stability, growth and success.

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 3

Welcome to the final installment of Arbill’s three-part blog series on the five most common accidents in the workplace. Part 1 and Part 2 in this series focused on the unexpected: fires, explosions, falls and faulty equipment. We hope you’ve found this week’s safety tips and suggestions helpful.

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 2

“Every day in America, 13 people go to work and never come home. Every year in America, nearly 4 million people suffer a workplace injury and may never recover.” -- Secretary of Labor, Hila Solis, Workers Memorial Day speech, April 26, 2012

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 1

To prevent injuries that occur in the workplace, you first need to know how they happen. Only then can you take preventative measures that both comply with governmental safety regulations and are practical to your given work environment.

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Is your first aid kit compliant?


First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness and in extreme cases a quick first aid response could mean the difference between life and death.  In some cases, first aid can reduce the severity of the injury or illness and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety.

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Is New Employee Safety Training Necessary?

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 from 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 had been provided.

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Reducing Electrical Injury in the Workplace

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics - For the last decade, electrical injury has been responsible for an average of 320 deaths and more than 4,000 injuries including days away from work annually in the U.S.

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Winter Workplace Safety

Happy New Year everyone!  We hope that you all had a fun and safe New Year’s Eve and that you are ready to work together to create a culture of safety within your organization for 2013.

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Slips, Trips and Falls - Workplace Injury Statistics

Welcome back. Our Blog topic this week is Slips, Trips and Falls in the workplace and we thought we would share some staggering statistics with you.

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Eye Injuries in the Workplace and How to Avoid Them

Hi everyone, Happy Monday. 

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