At a recent conference, the leader of a growing business approached us at our exhibit and admitted they had safety issues. Admitting that safety in the workplace is not what it should be is the first step in recognizing the need for change. Seeking help is the second.
This Saturday marks our nation’s 239th birthday. Most Americans will celebrate our country’s Independence Day with friends and family. Many will enjoy fireworks under evening skies.
In my last blog I wrote of Supplier Diversity and the importance of doing business with women-owned and minority-owned businesses. That message is being shared loudly and clearly this week at the 2015 Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference & Business Fair in Austin, Texas.
Each June, the National Safety Council celebrates National Safety Month and focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. And each June, Arbill employees embrace National Safety Month with a special focus on safety.
During a recent customer visit, one of our skilled Arbill trainers encountered a number of potential hazards while touring a warehouse.
One of our top trainers recently found himself touring a manufacturing plant out west in a large and noisy facility before addressing the topic of Hearing Conservation with a group of managers.
In an effort to prevent tragic deaths and injuries, Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is in the midst of a two week campaign to promote the prevention message in the 2015 National Fall Safety Stand-Down.
When you dedicate yourself to protecting workers and saving lives, you are rewarded each day with knowing that the people you protect get to go home at the end of the day to be with their family. We envision a future in which every worker makes it home safely, every day. Working together, we WILL reduce injuries in the workplace. This is our Mission. This is what we believe.
Have you ever seen the show What Would You Do? It’s a hidden camera series on ABC hosted by John Quinones that focuses on a situation and whether or not bystanders intervene, and how.