Safety Tips to Always Keep in Mind in a Nuclear Power Career

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In a nuclear power facility, safety needs to be everyone’s number one priority. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. It’s key for leadership to set corporate policies to create a safe and functional work environment. But it’s also important for workers themselves to help identify unsafe situations. They are often the first line of defense in… Read more »

OSHA Regulations all Employers Should Know

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June is National Workplace Safety Month. And as a safety-minded employer, you know how important it is to understand and communicate the OSHA regulations that impact your team. With visits from federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspectors up by more than 300 percent, it’s evident that OSHA is making a more concerted effort… Read more »

Top Safety Precautions to Take in an Industrial Warehouse Environment

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The truth about creating a safe warehouse environment is that it takes more than a top-down approach. Safety mentality is inspired by both corporate leadership and the employees themselves. As a warehouse employee or business owner, warehouse safety needs to be a top priority because, at the end of the day, it is you and… Read more »

Safeguard Your Workforce from the Second Wave

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COVID-19 has done havoc to our economy and our normal run of business, but time marches on and businesses have been reinventing the work environment to make sure they are able to get back up and running. As summer turns to fall, however, numbers are back on the rise and many employers are wondering how… Read more »

How to Continue to Keep Your Workforce Safe During COVID

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As we head into the fall months in the US, many businesses are wondering how to keep their workforce safe from COVID-19. There are many ways that individuals can be exposed to the virus, but when it comes to employers and the policies, they can enact to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible,… Read more »

How to Make Safety a Normal Conversation Among Co-Workers

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Safety should always be top of mind in the workplace. But it’s not enough to post a sign in the office break room. Safety needs to be woven into the culture and mindset of your entire company. Establishing a corporate safety culture is simple if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a… Read more »

Make Your Workplace Safer with These Tips

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Establishing a corporate safety culture is simple if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a reliable method because when workers see that their leadership does not value or enforce their safety policy, mistakes are more likely to be made in the name of productivity. Workplace safety must be a priority for management… Read more »

If Your Workplace Doesn’t Have These Safety Features, It Needs Them ASAP

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Safety is a liability for employers and employees alike. To avoid risking accidents and resulting increases in insurance rates, or even a poor reputation among clients, make sure you are incorporating these key safety features on the job. Fire Protection and Prevention OSHA has several fire protection and prevention requirements that must be enforced in… Read more »

Is Your Company Conducting Enough Safety Reviews?

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With a new year comes a new opportunity to make sure your company is providing the safest and most productive work environment possible for the benefit of your employees, customers, and overall success of your business. There are many ways in which to accomplish this goal, but one of the most important ways is to… Read more »

Are You Ready When OSHA Visits Your Workplace?

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With visits from federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspectors up by more than 300 percent, it’s obvious that OSHA is making a more-concerted effort to come into the workplace. You’re likely wondering how the increase in monitoring and safety inspections will impact your day to day protocols. In today’s blog, we discuss the… Read more »