Tuesday, March 11, 2014
You may be surprised to learn why some employees are saying “no thanks” to programs intended for their well-being. Read the article to learn what one expert believes may be the reason.
Monday, March 10, 2014
OSHA recently cited a Connecticut company that makes art reproductions for failure to have a chemical hazard communication program. Why did OSHA fine this business, and how can you replace the most hazardous chemicals at your site? Read the article to find out.
Friday, March 07, 2014
This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed supervisors' key role in workplace safety; clarified important requirements for confined spaces; and gave tips for determining when training is the right solution for a performance problem.
Clocks will jump forward an hour this Sunday, March 9, as the United States shifts to Daylight Savings Time, meaning that come Monday morning, workers across the country will be just a little less alert than usual. But what about workers whose body clocks are constantly disrupted due to irregular work schedules? Read the article for some shiftwork safety tips in honor of National Sleep Awareness Week.
Thursday, March 06, 2014
Good housekeeping can be a revealing indicator of a company's commitment to worker protection. Read the article to find out why clear walkways and properly stored materials matter to OSHA, and why they should matter to you.
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