Creating a safe environment in my business

What to Know Before an Accident Occurs
Accidents happen, but they shouldn’t take away your livelihood. It‘s important to understand that a claim could evolve into a lawsuit, even if you’re not at fault. We want to help protect you by sharing some lawsuit mitigation strategies.
Tips for Fostering a Safe Office Work Environment
Working in an office setting sometimes gives a false sense of safety and security. While an office may not have the heavy machinery of a manufacturing plant or employees working from heights as in construction, a general office setting still has risks. This article will outline some of the risks and what you can do to mitigate the effects of these risks in your office.
Fatigue is an issue nearly every driver faces at one point or another, especially when their role requires driving for long periods. Having a plan in place to help identify and prevent fatigue is essential as it allows for safer travel. While drivers may recognize their level of fatigue, some common in.
For some jobs, reviewing the forecast a day or two before is fine. Other times, it is important to keep a constant eye on the weather. Let’s look at a few different scenarios.
The type of safety helmets worn on job sites is changing. Instead of the traditional construction hard hat, some construction workers are utilizing a helmet with a chin strap—like a mountain climber helmet. Outwardly, these safety helmets are sleeker, have less of a brim, and include a chin strap. On the inside, they have more padding and fit tighter to the head.

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