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Injury Prevention Plans – 5 Key Components

Injury Prevention Plans – 5 Key Components

Implementing Injury Prevention Plans All facilities should have injury prevention plans in place for most jobs within the facility. These plans can help identify risks, and plan out what should be done to reduce or eliminate them from the facility. In many places, these types of plans are actually required by law. Whether you have

OSHA Injury Reporting Updates – September 2014 Brings New Rules

OSHA Injury Reporting Updates – September 2014 Brings New Rules

OSHA Update – Reporting Injuries This autumn brings about some big changes for American businesses operating under the jurisdiction of OSHA (hint: that’s just about everyone!). As of September 11th 2014, the requirements for having to report injuries and fatalities on worksites is getting an overhaul. From the range of situations that need to be

Reducing Workplace Injuries

Reducing Workplace Injuries

Reducing workplace injuries should be an important goal of every company in every industry. Millions of people are injured, sometimes severely, every year while at work. These types of injuries not only hurt the individual, however, but they cause a lot of damage to the employer as well. Injuries cause downtime in production, expenses related

“Back” to the Basics – Preventing Lower Back Injuries in the Workplace

“Back” to the Basics – Preventing Lower Back Injuries in the Workplace

Back pain and injuries account for some of the most reported and most serious common workplace injuries worldwide. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find a country whose labor department doesn’t dedicate pages of literature to both employers and employees solely on this topic. Loss of work days and productivity, lifelong injuries and disabilities, and

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