Construction sites are notorious for creating a lot of dust. This can be a major problem for the workers on site, as well as for people living or working nearby. In this blog post, we will discuss how to deal with dust on construction sites safely and effectively. We will also provide some tips for reducing the amount of dust created by construction projects.
Eye injuries are surprisingly common in the workplace, and can often lead to long-term vision problems if not treated properly. In this blog post, we will discuss the most common types of eye injuries that occur in the workplace, and how you can prevent them from happening. We will also cover what to do if you experience an eye injury at work.
Are you feeling tired and run down? Do you feel like you can’t keep your eyes open during the day? You may be suffering from work fatigue. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips for overcoming work fatigue and staying productive. Follow these tips and you will be able to get more done during the day!
Forklift injuries can be devastating, both for workers and for the company. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common forklift injuries, as well as ways to prevent them. We will also cover what to do if you are injured in a forklift accident.
Falls are the leading cause of death in the workplace. Every year, thousands of workers are injured or killed as a result of a fall. In order to keep your workplace safe, it is important to understand the dangers of falls and take steps to prevent them. In this blog post, we will discuss 8 steps that you can take to protect yourself from falls and prevent injuries in the workplace.
Millions of people suffer from back pain each year, and it’s one of the most common reasons for missed work. Read our guide to learn more about preventing back injuries in the workplace.
Alcohol use in the workplace is a topic that many business owners don’t think about until it’s too late. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the basics that you need to know about alcohol use in the workplace.
Read our guide where we answer the question; How often do SWMS need to be reviewed?
SWMS vs JSA’s: These documents are extremely similar, however there are key differences between the purpose of the two, read our guide to learn more.
Many injuries in the workplace go unreported because employees do not want to cause a fuss, embarrass themselves, or admit to making a mistake. Read on to discover why all workplace injuries must be reported and how to properly report them.
Read our guide where we answer the question: What is a Plant Hazard Risk Assessment?
Slips, trips and falls may not sound serious but they are in fact one of the leading causes of injuries in the workplace and make up 15% of all accidental deaths. They can also result in workers compensation cases, lost time and a lot of money for your company. Read this post for information on how to prevent slips, trips and falls.
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