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Implement Proactive Safety

Implement Proactive Safety

Industries and employers strive for a culture of transparency and continuous improvement in safety, health, and environmental performance. The goal for all is often simple: zero injuries, zero incidents, zero claims. Executives, managers, and workers at all levels...
Returning to Work After Flooding

Returning to Work After Flooding

When thinking of weather-related hazards, we tend to focus on tornadoes, hurricanes, or lightning strikes. But most people don’t realize that flooding kills more people in the U.S. in an average year than any of those three — nearly twice as many deaths as each...
Nailing Down Safe Nail Gun Practices

Nailing Down Safe Nail Gun Practices

Anyone who has handled a large woodworking project with a traditional hammer and nails appreciates the value and convenience of automatic nailers, known to most construction workers as nail guns. Framing carpenters, roofers, and anyone else who spends most of the day...
Getting on Top of Tower Safety

Getting on Top of Tower Safety

Communications towers have long been a part of the landscape, but if you think you’re seeing many more of them, you’re not mistaken. The rapidly increasing demand for wireless communication and private communication networks has triggered a significant increase in the...
Thorough Accident Investigations Require Seven Steps

Thorough Accident Investigations Require Seven Steps

While there’s a big difference between investigating a workplace incident and finding someone to blame for it, companies frequently confuse the two concepts. When something goes wrong, they work hard to identify those at fault, and that’s where the investigation ends....