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To help employers understand the economic impact of employee health and safety accidents, OSHA has created a handy calculator. We decided to give “$afety Pays” a $pin and see if workplace injuries really cost as much as OSHA would have you believe.
We’ve assembled some real examples of poor housekeeping. See if you can identify what’s wrong in each photo and how the issue could lead to illness or injury.
This week on The Safety Meeting, Sage and Micah discuss preparing for the hot summer months by understanding the signs of heat illness and implementing basic precautionary measures to prevent it in the first place.
The use of real-life examples is one of the key principles of effective workforce training. Here’s how we do it in KPA’s award-winning training courses.
This week on The Safety Meeting, Sage welcomes back Greg Sizemore, Vice President of health, safety, environment, and workforce development for ABC, to share the findings from the 2022 Safety Performance Report.
How do you motivate your team to clean up and get involved in your company’s 5S program? How do you turn housekeeping into a habit? Here’s what to do and not do.
Focus on TRIR before others focus on it for you. Here’s what to do if your TRIR falls above or below the industry average.
In this week’s episode, tune in to hear how adopting a holistic approach to safety training will better implement safety-driven cultural change in the long run.
Here’s how to practice good housekeeping with the 5 S Principles (also known as the 5S System, or 5S), a lean business methodology for workplace organization.