Although technology has made the workplace more efficient and convenient for workers, there are still basic tasks that involve pulling, pushing, and lifting that pose a risk to organizations.
What can companies do to lower the likelihood of a claim related to fleet drivers? Let's look at some fleet risk management best practices.
Educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.
Handrails, guardrails, stairways, walkways and ladders are installed during the rigging up process for safety and easy access to other areas of the site. Though these objects provide ease of use, they also present hazards. Reduce your workers' risk of injury with these safety suggestions.
Workers performing hot work are exposed to the risk of fire from the ignition of flammable or combustible materials, from leaks of flammable gas and from hot work equipment. To reduce your workers' risk of injury, consider these safety recommendations.
Wildfires may strike without a warning at any time, so it is critical to prepare your business before and after the catastrophe. Take proactive steps to keep everyone safe and time for your emergency plans to be reviewed and revised.
If your industry requires employees to work outdoors, now is a critical time to remind your team of heat risk exposures they might encounter.
All it takes is for an employee to click on a link in an email or open a document for the malware to begin and spread on their computer.
Families should take some time to discuss their transportation plans before the upcoming school year. Here are some tips from the American School Bus Council that families can take for a safe bus ride.
Before kicking off those outdoor celebrations or hitting the road for a much-needed vacation, here are a few backyard maintenance projects you can complete and check off your list.