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Cross the Road Safely – Pedestrian Rules

65 years later and these rules are still important to hear. Road rules are there for a reason, prevent a car accident by crossing correctly. Either way you don’t want to get caught being DEAD wrong or being DEAD right. #PedestrianSafety #TBT … [Read More...]

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Don’t forget to always internalize safety as a core value

Here's a little Wisdom on this Wednesday. Don't forget to always internalize safety as a core value.. You don't want to end up like Carol! … [Read More...]

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Rising Medical Solutions Research Plans

This year the Rising Medical Solutions’ study program will work towards finding real solutions and strategies for claims management advancements. This article from WorkersCompensation.com has the details of their research plans.   … [Read More...]

The Sound of Safety Means Improving Safety Behaviors--Call to Action!

The Sound of Safety

If you regularly work around loud noises, your organization likely has policies for improving safety behaviors by using earplugs and other protective gear. But if you then drive home with the car stereo blasting away, protective behavior just at work won’t end up doing you much good. The cumulative effect of loud music, loud machinery and all types of loud noises is hearing loss, often long before you hit your senior years. You can prevent most … [Read More...]

Striking a Safe Note in a Lightning Storm | Achieving Hazard Reduction--Call to Action!

Striking a Safe Note in a Lightning Storm

If you get caught in a lightning storm, you’re safe if you stand where it has struck before, right? Wrong. This is just one of many myths that surround this powerful, dangerous weather condition. It is important for achieving hazard reduction that anyone who works outside should know what to do if lightning strikes. Since ancient times, people have tried to explain this awesome display of weather might and come up with ways to stay safe around … [Read More...]

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Workers’ Compensation Laws: The Basics

Workers' Compensation Laws are vast and complex. Looking for a quick overview of the basics? The CourierJournal.com has an easy to follow guide of the convoluted laws. … [Read More...]

Fall Proofing Your Kitchen for the Elderly

Fall Proof Your Kitchen for the Elderly

For many, the kitchen provides a wonderful respite from daily life, especially for people of advancing age.  Most of us know someone in that situation--an aging parent, a close friend or relative who may be living on their own and encountering kitchen hazards the rest of us take for granted.  But for the elderly, these hazards may be real challenges. One category is fall hazards.  There are many opportunities for falling in the kitchen, but most … [Read More...]

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Introducing the SBI Mobile Coach Safety App!

Now, All the Safety-Culture Tools You Need Right in the Palm of Your Hand! The SBI Mobile Coach is a one-of-a-kind safety app that gives you the tools you need to coach any safety engagement you might encounter in the plant, mill, work site, field or office--all for the price of two of your favorite coffee drinks per month! These are the same tools that we at safetyBUILT-IN use (and have used for years) to train thousands of safety leaders, … [Read More...]

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The Role of “Building on Momentum” When Leading Safety-Culture Change

The Role of “Building on Momentum” When Leading Safety-Culture Change

Anyone who has driven along mountainous roads in snowy conditions knows how difficult it can be to drive uphill. As long as the traffic is moving, there’s a … [Read More...]

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Cross the Road Safely – Pedestrian Rules

65 years later and these rules are still important to hear. Road rules are there for a reason, prevent a car accident by crossing correctly. Either way you don’t want to get caught being DEAD wrong or being … [Read More...]

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OSHA and Health Canada Continue to Work Together

The United States Occupational Safety & Health Administration (“OSHA”) recently announced that it will continue to work with Health Canada, Canada’s federal health oversight department, toward unifying … [Read More...]

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Avoid Safety Breaches

Avoid Safety Breaches: Health and Safety Executive reports on their investigation where they found that there was no suitable edge protection or other appropriate safety measures in place at a window cleaning … [Read More...]

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Virtual Doctor Visits

If you were injured at work, a visit to the doctor is no longer necessary to receive your worker’s compensation. You can now take care of your doctor visit virtually. WorkCompCentral.com has the details. … [Read More...]

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Don’t Be Like These Workers…Be Safe Instead!

Happy Friday! Be safe this weekend and don’t do anything these people are doing in this video, … [Read More...]

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