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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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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

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How to train your employees to do foolproof safety checks

You're only human and you only have two eyes and two hands. You can't ensure your employees are doing exactly what you told them to do, at all times.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

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Three health and safety elements to refresh your employees on

This is the time of year to plan your health and safety induction training for your new recruits. While you're planning your health and safety induction training, take advantage and refresh all your staff on your health and safety procedures

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

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The dos and don'ts of drug testing in the workplace

Conducting drug tests in the workplace isn't straightforward. You need to play by the rules. Read on to find out what the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) says you must and mustn't do when conducting drug tests in the workplace.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-13

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Discover the secret to a successful random drug test

A random drug testing procedure is only legally defensible if it fully protects the rights of your employees and complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-13

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How to implement a fall protection plan in line with the OHSA

If your employees work at heights, you must have a fall protection plan. If you don't have one, your employees could fall and get injured.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-12

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The importance of OHS training on health risks

As an employer, it's your duty to give your employees OHS training. This training is in fact a legal requirement of the OHS Act. So if you don't train your employees, you're breaking the law.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-11

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How often should your HSE committee hold meetings

You probably know that the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires your Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) committee to hold meetings. But, do you know how often these meetings must be held?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-11

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Eight golden rules for safe food preparation

As you know you have a duty to provide a healthy and safe work environment. This includes nutrition. If you have a canteen at your workplace or provide staff meals, read on to discover the eight golden rules for safe food preparation so you can update your Health and Safety Management System.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-06

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OSHA Citation

The top 10 most frequently cited OSHA Citations under OSHA standards for special trade contractors are:

Author FlaaimDate:2018-12-02

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Health And Safety Procedures Examples

Health and safety procedures are documented methods that define and instruct on how a particular work should be performed, to minimize the risks of the workers, equipment and processes.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-30

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Safety Precautions When Working With Construction Materials

Construction safety is crucial in worksites to prevent injury or even death. Every day most workers are exposed to a potentially dangerous environment. There are so many safety tips that every worker must be aware of.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-25

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Sample Medical Emergency Procedure

Today I want to present you little note about sample medical emergency procedure. This emergency procedure use on my work and I want to share it. Sample global medical emergency procedure

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-25

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Job Safety Awareness

Job safety awareness is possibly the most important facet of workplace safety. When your employees become aware of safety methods, laws, acts, policies, procedures, and good practices it keeps safety an important topic on their minds through the work day.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-10-27

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Do you have a fall protection plan in place in your workplace?

Did you know that falls from working at height are the single biggest cause of deaths and one of the main causes of injury in the workplace? While this is the case, you can minimise many of these injuries and even fatalities with a fall protection plan.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-29

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The 5 Steps to an Effective Lockout/Tagout plan

The Lockout/Tagout plan is most effective thing to save life and health your employees. Here 5 steps to help you build an effective lockout/tagout plan in your facility

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-15

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How to create a safe working environment

If you a have a business, you need to keep safe work environment at the proper level.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-08

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Small business health and safety guide

Surveys show that most small business already think they are doing everything they can to keep their employees safe. The reality is that many are not.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-07

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Managing Change In The Workplace

Managing change in the workplace can always be a challenge, but in order for a company to develop and grow change is always needed. How to manage workplace changes is a process.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-02

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Safety equipment required by OSHA

Your business cannot live without this safety equipment required by OSHA:

Author FlaaimDate:2018-08-20

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The Role of Safety in Workplace Productivity

An organization that gives safety workplace of its employees can be rewarded by an increase in the productivity of the workers. This may be related to increase in output or in the bettering of the worker's performance.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-06-19

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