A Guest Post on Safety at Work: Staying aware of Occupational Health Risks:

Today’s guest post was written by Molly McGuane, a Communications Specialist.  No matter what your career or position is, It’s important to be cautious on the job. Whether you’re in an office, on a construction site, or putting out a fire, being aware of your surroundings and your health and safety should be a top …

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A guest post: What HR Strategies Promote Employee Safety?

Today’s post is the work of freelance writer Vincent West. The human resources department plays a vital role in ensuring that all things related to the organization are running smoothly. Even in industries that do not involve regular safety hazards and dangerous working conditions, the HR department must promote adequate conditions to keep employees safe, …

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A Guest post on Office Safety: Overlooked Workplace Hazards and Their Solutions

Today’s post is one about the dangers of asbestos in the workplace. Many of us may think it is no longer an issue, but it, in reality, it is an everyday occurrence. This guest post was written to raise awareness, in light of global asbestos awareness in April. No employer wants to risk the health …

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OSHA’s Top 10 Safety Violations Replayed

I attended a seminar last week where we talk about OSHA. The attorneys were clear that employers still need to be on the alert for violations. Although OSHA under the Trump administration does not yet have a leader, the agency is still on the job when it comes to keeping workers safe. This post was …

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Are drug companies and safety experts shaking in their boots?

I was having a conversation with a friend the other day about drug testing. I mentioned attitudes toward drug testing were changing as a result of the legalization of marijuana in a number of states and jurisdictions. He told me his company was considering such a move because they are in a number of locations …

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Security Tips & Procedures to Keep Your Business Safe

Today’s post is brought to you by my friends at SocialMonsters.org. These are good tips for all business, especially the smaller employer. As a business owner, you really want to trust your employees. You interviewed and hired most of them, and as a whole you like your team and are glad to have them onboard …

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Title: 5 Steps to Stay OSHA Compliant

As I post this I am watching the house next door be built. The gutters are going up and the guy on the ladder is “hopping” it from one location to another. Not exactly a safe practice. I hope you do better. Here is a great post from my friends at SocialMonsters.com to provide you …

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5 Safety Resources For Employees Who Drive

Today’s post is from my friends at SocialMonsters.org. In lieu of driverless cars our safety in our cars and trucks relies on our human drivers. Some of are not doing that great. Here in my home state of Georgia, we have had over 900 traffic fatalities so far this year. Some of these fatalities may …

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4 Ways to Make Employee Safety a Top Priority

Today’s post is from my friends at SocialMonsters.org While things like employee perks and recognition for a job well done are often cited as the best ways to retain top talent, another often-overlooked consideration is just as important: employee safety in the workplace. Here are a few measures that you can take around the office …

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How HR Leaders Can Promote Better Workplace Safety

This post is brought to you by my friends at SocialMonsters.org. I am a big believer in having a culture of saftey and HR can play a big role in that. This June, Wisconsin-based employer Ashley Furniture Industries reached a $1.75 million settlement with the Department of Labor that requires the company to improve workplace …

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