January 31, 2019 - Heather Jackson

Motivate Employees to Be Their ‘Safest Self’ – What Really Works?

It’s the million dollar question: how do we keep  employees safe and injury free for a sustainable work environment everyone benefits from?  This blog post will examine the ways you can provide effective, long-lasting leadership practices that makes an impact on the mental and physical well-being of an organization. Appreciate Your Workers as People, Not a Read More »

January 30, 2019 - Heather Jackson

Asbestos Exposure: Who’s Most at Risk?

Are your employees at risk for asbestos exposure? While there’s no cure for asbestos related illness and disease, there are simple preventative measures you can take to protect workers and minimize their risk. Learn what you can do to minimize asbestos related illness and disease for the long haul. What’s Asbestos? Typically used as a Read More »

January 28, 2019 - Heather Jackson

Can you Predict When an Employee Is No Longer Able to Work Safely?

At the start of their shift, your employees may give 110 percent to their duties performed. But at some point, the distractions of their environment around them, complacency – and most dangerously – fatigue can kick in. At times this may be inevitable, but at what point does it become unsafe? Learn how to detect Read More »

January 24, 2019 - Holly Foxworth

Will You Detect Edible Marijuana Before It Causes An Injury?

As an employer, you want to trust that when employees arrive for work each day, they are presenting their “best self”. Productive.  Safe.  Contributing to your businesses goals and objectives. But what happens when that integrity is called into question?  Do you really know what you are up against? How confident are your impairment detection Read More »

January 10, 2019 - Holly Foxworth

Shocking Truth: Automated External Defibrillators Saves Lives

With over 6,000 workplace fatalities reported to OSHA each year including heart attacks, electric shock and asphyxia, we have to ask ourselves: “Is there something more we could be doing from a first-aid standpoint to save employee lives in the workplace?”  According to OSHA, there is! How AEDs Work As referenced in OSHA’s Best Practices Read More »

January 2, 2019 - Heather Jackson

Can Past Workplace Injuries Prepare Us For a Safer Future?

As we begin 2019, isn’t this the perfect time to reflect on the old, in order to prepare for the new? When it comes to safety in the workplace, there’s nothing more valuable than your greatest resource – your employees. Read on to learn how the past injuries can prepare you for a safer future! Read More »

December 28, 2018 - Heather Jackson

What Is The Most Common Cause of Workplace Injury?

Overexertion related injuries account for millions of emergency room visits each year, and is the most common cause of workplace accidents. But, can they be preventable? By knowing the common signs of overexertion, employer’s can help reduce workplace injury associated with dehydration, fatigue and low blood sugar – the common culprits of overexertion related injury! What Read More »

December 27, 2018 - Heather Jackson

Employer’s Guide: How To Prevent Fatigue in the Workplace

Overexertion is the leading cause of non-fatal workplace accidents, resulting in often serious (and even fatal) injuries. According to the National Safety Council, it accounts for the largest contributor to worker’s compensation costs. The bigger question remains: does fatigue play a role in occupational injury – and can employers do something about it? Let’s dive in Read More »

December 18, 2018 - Heather Jackson

How Does Footwear Impact Workplace Injury?

Did you know that a simple sprain can lead to a costly outcome when it’s not treated right away? Over 40 percent of injuries occur to the feet and ankle, costing employers an average lost time of 32 days away from work! A simple way you can reduce workplace injuries like slip and falls? Wear Read More »

December 11, 2018 - Heather Jackson

5 Easy Ways to Prevent Electrical Accidents in the Workplace

Every year, over 4,000 injuries and 300 deaths are caused by electrical hazards. From electric shock to burns; slip and falls to electrocution, electrical negligence can become a catastrophic danger for employees in the workplace. Are you doing your part to prevent these types of accidents from taking place in the first place? By identifying Read More »