Distracted drivers, speeding, and drivers under the influence cause or contribute to the majority of accidents each year.
Studies have shown that sleep deprivation can significantly reduce workers’ reaction time, motor control, decision-making ability and situational awareness, creating unsafe conditions that could cause injury.
Complacency is often a focus point when discussing workplace safety at many companies, but we may not fully grasp the consequences it can have or what we need to do […]
Any company that focuses on improving workplace safety aims to get their employees home in the same health they came into work or better every single day.
If your workplace or job requires the use of a respirator, it is vital to understand and follow the proper procedures for using the respirator issued to you.
Heat stroke is the most serious heat-related illness. This illness can kill or cause damage to the brain and other internal organs.
Falls are a leading cause of serious injuries and fatalities that occur in the workplace. The construction industry in particular experiences a large number of these fatalities.
There are many injuries while using hand tools on the job. Many of these injuries occur from improper use or a tool that was broken or in need of repair.
It is important to recognize the communication tools used on the job that relay important information for your work task and the work environment.
Objects as small as a bolt can cause serious injury or even death when dropped from a higher level and striking an employee working on the ground.
OSHA has announced minimum and maximum penalty amounts, with the annual adjustment for inflation, that may be assessed after January 16, 2022.
At any given time throughout the day, approximately 660,000 drivers are attempting to use their phones while behind the wheel of an automobile.