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April 19, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—April 15, 2013, to April 19, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor shared some tips on creating successful safety committees; gave important information on implementing a drug- and alcohol-free workplace program; and discussed the pros and cons of using social media to train new hires.

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How to Make the Most of Safety CommitteesIf you have a safety committee or are thinking of starting one, you should watch out for some missteps that can derail your committee’s effectiveness. This Advisor tells you how to avoid a few of them.

How to Select Safety Committee MembersWhat makes a successful safety committee member? Find out in this Advisor.

How to Create an Effective Drug-Free Workplace ProgramApril is Alcohol Awareness Month—and an opportunity to review the risks for your workers and your business. For many employers, the place to start controlling risks is with a drug-free workplace program.

Check Out These Substance Abuse Testing PointersWednesday’s Advisor talked about drug-free workplace programs, issues to consider when creating a program, and federal laws that might apply to such programs. In this Advisor, we focus on another important aspect involved in curbing alcohol and drug abuse on the job—alcohol and drug testing.

Use Social Media to Help Train New HiresCompanies of all sizes are incorporating social media in their new-hire onboarding portals, says Susan Vitale, chief marketing officer of iCIMS (, a provider of talent acquisition software solutions. In this Advisor, we’ll look at Vitale’s tips and precautions on using social media to help train new hires.

BLR’s Safety Daily Advisor is a free, daily source of workplace safety tips, news, and advice.

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