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October 04, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—September 30, 2013, to October 4, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor gave advice on keeping your employees engaged in your safety programs; discussed OSHA’s On-site Consultation program and how it can benefit employers; and provided information you can use to train your employees on responding to driving emergencies.

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Get workers involved in safety—and keep them engagedIn this Advisor, we talk with a company where the safety program is built around employee involvement.

Who’s in favor of employee involvement?Who’s in favor of employee involvement? Practically everybody. But the real question is, how do you make it work?

Need help meeting compliance requirements? On-site Consultation may be the answerThere’s help out there if you need advice about improving safety performance and compliance, and some of it is free. In this Advisor, we present the success story of one employer that turned to its state OSHA program for assistance.

OSHA’s On-site Consultation service is very popular—and not only because it’s freeYour business may be in the market for an outside safety consultant but lacking in resources to hire one. OSHA’s free safety and health consultation services may be the answer—or at least part of the answer.

Don’t panic! Train employees to respond to driving emergenciesThe first full week of October is Drive Safely Work Week, sponsored by the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS). In this Advisor, we present a general training session, which you can adapt for your employees, on responding to driving emergencies.

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