When the leaves begin to fall, the yard becomes cluttered and needs to be cleaned up. It is important to get your yard ready for the cold weather coming this winter. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons offers these tips to prevent injuries while performing yard...Read more
The more you work -- or play --on a hot day, the more your body heats up inside, and that can be dangerous. Too much activity can make your body lose its ability to dispose of excess heat. The core temperature of the body rises and the heart rate increases. OSHA has identified these types of disorders...Read more
- Protect yourself with safety glasses or by seeking cover behind a large object.
- Respect the sparklers. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that half of fireworks injuries involve kids under age 15. Of those, 65 percent are caused by common fireworks like sparklers.
- Don’t put...
While safety is a topic that requires attention and focus every day and every second, National Safety Month in June is an ideal time to rally employees around a theme. By holding safety meetings with every member of your organization, you are placing emphasis on the importance of on and off the job safety. The theme...Read more