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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Things to do in an “active shooter” situation at work

I am sad that I have to publish such a post, but given the recent events in Paris and now Southern California I think it is prudent to pay attention to such situations. A very timely article appeared in the blog The Art of Manliness written by Brett and Kate McKay. I am going to …

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Ignoring OSHA regulations can be costly in many ways

In a previous position I was responsible for safety in a manufacturing plant. We were strict on safety, yet accidents happened. I always felt bad for the employee and for the employee’s family. Losing a finger, hurting a back, damaging a hand not only limit your ability to work but it also significantly changes what …

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Tell Your Employees You Want Them Back

  “In America on average, nearly 12,000 people die every year in DUI-related accidents. 900,000 are arrested each year for DUI/DWI and a full 1/3 of those are repeat offenders.” As you wish your employees a Happy New Year on New Year’s Eve keep this “sobering” statistic in mind. Remind them you would like to …

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