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How To Help The “Accident Prone” Worker

If you look back over your record keeping, is there someone in your business who’s always reporting injuries? With evidence such as this, you may start thinking this particular employee is just “accident prone” and nothing can be done to help them. 448 more words


CFMEU supports mandatory drug testing on work sites to stop use of drugs such as ice

The Courier Mail Jessica Marszalek March 27, 2015

THE powerful CFMEU wants mandatory drug tests on all work sites in the wake of safety risks posed by people coming to work affected by ice. 285 more words

Drug Analysis And Toxicology

"The Return On Investment of Safety"

Experts say money spent now, results in savings down the line.


MJ & increased workplace concerns and costs

FROM NIDA “Marijuana Abuse Report” 2012

“… In addition, several studies have linked workers’ marijuana smoking with increased absences, tardiness, accidents, workers’ compensation claims, and job turnover. 44 more words

Health Care Costs

The Costs of Not Protecting the Workforce: A New Report from OSHA

A new report generated by OSHA highlights the real costs associated with on the job injuries, who pays them and how this impacts the employee and taxpayers. 278 more words


Safety and Prevention for Avoiding Manufacturing Ergo Injuries

Definition of Ergo or Ergonomics?

Ergonomics or Ergo is about designing for people and fitting a job to a person. It is designing and arranging things to minimize the physical effort and discomfort for workers helping them interact more efficiently and safely. 445 more words

Material Handling

Does Your Wellness Program Focus on Safety?

It’s no secret that health is one of the most important and multifaceted issues facing the United States today—and the workplace plays a key role in the matter. 465 more words