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January 25, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—January 21 , 2013, to January 25, 2013
By Kimberly Ryan, Copy editor

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed serious safety risks and costs of fatigue on the job and how to prevent accidents caused by tired workers, the link beween safety and maintenance, an interview with two experts who say the link is real and significant, and training your workers on how to handle medical emergencies when they are the first or only person on the scene.

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They're Tired on the Job, and That's Not GoodYou can't personally tuck your workers in when it's their bedtime, but there's plenty you can do to tackle the serious safety problem of fatigue on the job.

What Can You Do to Prevent Accidents Caused by Worker Fatigue?Above, we talk about the risks and costs of worker fatigue. Here, we focus on what you can do to deal with it before it causes an accident.

Worker Safety and Maintenance? What's the Connection?What's the relationship between keeping people safe and keeping equipment safe? Does better maintenance really yield better safety? That's the topic of this Advisor.

Maintenance and Safety Go Together Like a Horse and CarriageAbove, we introduce the link between maintenance and safety in the workplace. Here, we report on an interview with two safety experts who say the link is real and significant—and can have a very positive impact on your organization's bottom line as well as its safety performance.

First-Aid Refresher TrainingSeconds count when an injury or illness occurs on the job. Use the information in this session to train employees on how to handle medical emergencies when they are the first or only person on the scene.

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