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Safety Programs Improve Bottom Line for Contractors and Construction Companies

Everyone understands that strong safety programs pay off for contractors and construction companies. Such programs help to prevent injuries and fatal accidents on job sites. They also save money that would be spent paying workers’ compensation claims, as well as defending themselves when lawsuits are filed against them by injured workers or their families. 326 more words

ProActive Safety Services

How Do You Save With SpillFix?

When it comes to your business, you always want to make sure you’re getting the highest quality for the lowest price. But, in terms of worker safety, it’s important to spare no expense. 345 more words


Lab Techs School Toya

Always be cautious when working around chemicals as there are dangers that could exist, and following chemical safety tips and rules, makes using chemicals much safer. 213 more words


Top 5 Workers’ Compensation Injury Types

Data recently collected from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Academy of Social Insurance shows that 65% of workers’ compensation costs can be traced to five common workplace injury types. 215 more words

Workers Compensation

Burns My Butt - today

When you accept the lowest bidder, are you still getting safety with that bid?  Do you ever consider the vendor’s safety record before awarding a contract?   48 more words


Coming to a Wall Near You!

Why is HR putting up new, 2015 labor law posters across main and branch campuses? Employers in the United States are required to display the most current federal and state labor laws. 199 more words


How to provide Workplace Safety Training

Before you do anything else, check your attitude. Do you believe safety training is important? If so, it will show. If your attitude makes staff think the training is boring or silly, that will show too. 440 more words