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August 09, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—August 5, 2013, to August 9, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed ways to take your safety performance to the next level; gave advice for preventing heat stress during the hot summer months; and reviewed your training responsibilities for temporary workers.

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Breakthrough safety performanceYou’ve been working hard to boost safety awareness and engagement in your workplace. You consider OSHA standards to be the bare minimum of compliance, and your injury stats are headed in the right direction. But it’s still not enough. How can you kick safety and health up to the next level?

Breakthrough safety performance: Part 2Achieving breakthrough safety performance requires a number of critical elements. In Monday’s Advisor, we discussed some of those. In this Advisor, we present some more.

Heat stress: Not just a health problem, but a safety problem, tooHeat is not just uncomfortable on the job. It can be deadly. Make sure your workers know the signs of heat stress and what to do about it.

What you and your workers can do to reduce heat stress risksIn this Advisor, we offer recommendations for combating heat stress for both employers and employees.

Are you providing adequate safety training to temporary workers?Even if temp workers receive training from their agency, you still need to provide a safety orientation to your own workplace and ensure that the training they received elsewhere is adequate for the situation at your facility. This Advisor explains why.

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