Hurricanes are a considerable concern for many of our customers. But without much to do to fight a hurricane or any other natural disaster head-on, the best thing that safety managers can do is stay one step ahead of the next big one.
We've gathered some best practices for preparing for and responding to the hazards encountered in flooding disasters. Keep your employees and facilities safe.
Do you know your wildfire smoke safety basics? Find out by taking KPA’s Wildfire Smoke Safety Pop Quiz.
Wildfires and the smoke they produce are now unavoidable realities of modern life. OSHA requires you to reduce employees’ exposure to polluted air. Here are some steps to keep your workforce safe.
An organization with a comprehensive, systematic emergency response plan can minimize risks and save lives before, during, and after any emergency.
The hierarchy of controls is a fundamental part of workplace safety, recognized by OSHA, NIOSH, the NSC & others as a best practice for managing safety hazards.
Natural disasters don’t discriminate. They happen year-round and impact automotive dealerships in communities all over the United States. Here’s how to prepare.
Wildfire smoke and other forms of air pollution are health hazards. That means employers are legally required to protect their workers from them.
Storms like Hurricane Florence not only threaten human life, but have all sorts of secondary consequences—like flood-damaged vehicle disclosures.