Happy New Year and welcome to 2016! If you haven’t made a New Year’s resolution yet, don’t worry, there is still time. What better way to ring in the New Year than to resolve to have a healthier workplace? There are many ways to encourage and foster a healthier workplace for your company and employees. […]
Did you know that more workers are killed in motor vehicle accidents each year than any other cause. Statistics show that, distracted driving accidents killed more than 3,o00 people in 2012 & injured 416,000 in 2010. To prevent distracted driving, OSHA recommends that companies prohibit texting while driving, declaring vehicles “text-free zones.” OSHA also recommends […]
With the current conditions and cold weather along the Northeast, it is important to keep in mind workers safety from the cold. Cold weather and wind speeds cause heat to leave the body quicker. Hypothermia occurs when body temperature drops to 95 degrees or less. With moderate symptoms, in the affected person, they may be […]
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Thinking about weather on this rainy day? Well, coming up, is National Hurricane Preparedness Week, from May 25th to May 31st. OSHA has complied resources for employers and workers, including information on hurricane warnings, hazards and precautions that should be taken after a hurricane has occurred. Please visit for more information: https://www.osha.gov/dts/weather/hurricane/index.html Stay Sa...