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 »

December 5, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

5 Holiday Workplace Safety Concerns (+Solutions!)

Festive celebrations, flickering lights and a flurry of activities are hallmarks of the holiday season, but they can also lead to dangers in the workplace. Keep your employees safe by keeping these five dangers commonplace during the holidays! 1. Fatigue Of all of the months to keep a close eye on having tired employees at Read More »

September 18, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

Workplace Injury IS Preventable…Here’s How

Nobody wants to have an injury on their watch. Yet every 7 seconds an employee becomes injured at work! Aside from the financial implications for the employer, the long term effects to the employee are often severe and debilitating. The truth about injury prevention is simple: most work-related injuries are preventable. By focusing on health Read More »

September 14, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

6 Tips for Caring for Employees in Crisis

The effects from a hurricane will be felt for quite some time. The emotional, physical and financial implications of such disaster will place stress on staff and your organization. When evaluating ways to help employees, consider the following urgent need tips: Shelter – As many residences are uninhabitable, consider providing shelter near your organization and/or Read More »

September 10, 2018 - Heather Jackson

4 Ways to Improve Construction Site Safety

If you’re a supervisor or manager in the construction industry, it’s not enough to expect safety out of your employees. You must make safety a priority by leading with example before the shift begins and throughout. Planning, training  and providing employees with a safe working environment is the key to keeping workers free of injury. Here’s Read More »

August 29, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

Are You Prepared for Danger in the Workplace?

Every year, two million American workers report having been a victim of workplace violence. What would YOU do if you experienced violence at work? Would you know how to be proactive with a strategy in place, or would you react with impulsive behavior? The unfortunate truth is, workplace violence occurs in every industry. No one Read More »

July 31, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

Are You Applying The 4 Elements Of An Effective Safety Program?

Is the cost of employee injury weighing heavily on your mind? Do you wonder how you can create a more effective way to boost productivity, and keep expensive worker’s comp claims down? ‘ Effective employee safety and health doesn’t happen by accident and it’s not a random occurrence. The good news? An effective health and Read More »

July 26, 2018 - Heather Jackson

What Does an Employee Injury Cost?

Employee injury of any magnitude (no matter how minor or major it may be) can amount to the employer paying a steep price. Learn what an employee’s workplace injury really costs you and a simple solution to keep your workforce safer than ever! What is a Workplace Injury Costing You? As an employer, it’s important Read More »

July 23, 2018 - Heather Jackson

3 Ways To Keep Employees Safe From A Heat Related Injury (Free Safety Tool Included!)

Heat stress can lead to a serious injury on the job when precautions aren’t taken. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heat stress causes over 650 deaths each year. This makes up for more deaths than hurricanes, lightening, floods and tornado related deaths combined! Workers most commonly experience heat related illness and Read More »

July 13, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

5 Excuses Employees Give to Escape Reasonable Suspicion Testing

“You know, Ryan’s behavior seems a little bit peculiar today,” you think to yourself.  I wonder if he could be under the influence of something.” As a supervisor working closely with employees, you are often the first line of defense when it comes to recognizing signs of drug or alcohol impairment and maintaining a safe Read More »