Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’

The Seven Essentials of Safety

By Jesse Brazzell, CHST Manager Safety Services The concept of best practices is widely understood, and most organizations appreciate the value of such information. After all, if another company has identified the most efficient, most effective way to do something, it makes sense to apply their ideas to your own organization. Why would anyone waste time trying to reinvent the …

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Hazards with Four, Six, and Eight Legs

When talking about workplace safety, most people focus on the tasks that are being performed and the hazards that are associated with those tasks — or about hazards that are associated with the setting. Nature can present additional hazards. One that’s obvious is weather and weather extremes. But another that many employers and employees fail to consider involves the types …

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Summer Season: Peak Time for Grilling Fires

Reprinted from the National Fire Protection Association (link) May 17, 2016 – As Memorial Day weekend approaches, home chefs everywhere are reaching for their grills, eager to usher in the long-awaited barbecue season. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that grillers pay particular attention to safety in the spring and summer months when home fires involving grilling incidents occur …

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SMG’s 14th Annual Golf Outing Raises Over $38k for Riley Hospital, Hoosier Burn Camp

Indianapolis – On June 3, 2016, 140 golfers representing 35 companies converged at the Golf Club of Indiana in Lebanon, Indiana to participate in Safety Management Group’s 14th Annual Charity Golf Outing. Proceeds raised this year resulted in over $26,000 benefiting Riley Hospital for Children (link) and $12,000 benefiting the Hoosier Burn Camp (link). As Indiana’s first and only comprehensive …

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