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Train your employees in these three life-saving safety habits

When you're young, your parents told you to look before you cross the road. That's a good safety habit. And this habit of looking for danger first could save your employee's life

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-19

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Why giving your employees first aid training could save your company

Serious accidents can happen at any time and anywhere. They could also be the reason why the DoL forces your business to stop work or shut down.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-19

Toolbox Talks

Why using your first aiders can help improve your toolbox talks

Safety topics can be really boring. This means employees may stop listening. But by using first aid training demonstrations, you can make them more engaging.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-19

Toolbox Talks

Make your toolbox talks slick and effective with these three tips

With topics ranging from the risk of exploding gasses to the need for employees to clean up after themselves, there are hundreds of safety topics you could talk about.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-18

Toolbox Talks

Toolbox talks for maximum safety improvement

When you give a toolbox talk, you need to stand out and talk about a safety topic. Sometimes that topic is fall safety, other times it's the hazards of smoking at work.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-18

OSHA

Do your employees know how to identify hazards?

When you do your risk assessments, you should be asking your employees to help identify the hazards of the machines they operate.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

Train your employees in these three life-saving safety habits
Why giving your employees first aid training could save your company
Why using your first aiders can help improve your toolbox talks
Make your toolbox talks slick and effective with these three tips
Toolbox talks for maximum safety improvement

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