Posts Tagged ‘safety training’

Active shooter training worked: Walmart employee helps lead 150 people to safety August 19, 2019 No Comments

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Unlike other types of safety training that employees use every day, active shooter instructions are the kind that you hope they’ll never have to depend upon. In the case of the mass shooting at the Walmart in El Paso, TX, active shooter training may have saved dozens of lives.
Long-term Walmart employee Gilbert Serna was […]

Sexual Harassment, Take The Right Steps October 3, 2018 No Comments

Recently, sexual harassment has become a big issue brought to light by the media. From famous entertainers, political representatives and even big industry leaders, sexual harassment is more common than ever.
Unfortunately, it has always been a reoccurring issue in the workplace environment.
 
So what is sexual harassment?
When you hear sexual harassment the first thought that comes […]

Make Way for WAVE June 13, 2016 No Comments

Workplace Safety

Dave’s alarm clock blared, signaling another day at the factory. For some reason, he found it especially difficult to rise out of bed that day. His wife wasn’t due up for another 45 minutes, so he silenced his alarm clock, kissed her cheek gently and rose to get ready for work as usual. He arrived […]

AFL-CIO report: 150 U.S. workers die every day May 10, 2016 No Comments

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A new AFL-CIO report dug through worker fatality data and found some trends in U.S. workplace safety. The organization estimates that 150 workers die every day from hazardous working conditions.
For the 25th year, AFL-CIO released its report, “Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect.” The comprehensive report has some interesting numbers regarding workplace safety.
In […]

Workers Memorial Day: 150 Workers Killed on the Job Every Day May 3, 2016 No Comments

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More than 4,820 workers were killed on the job in 2014, according to a new report by the AFL-CIO. Additionally an estimated 50,000-60,000 died from occupational diseases, resulting in a daily loss of nearly 150 workers from preventable workplace injuries and illnesses.
“Working people should not have to risk their lives to make a living and […]

The Growing Epidemic of Deadly Workplace Violence and Three Ways to Prevent It April 26, 2016 No Comments

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Many years ago when I was employed as a human resources director, my responsibilities included serving on my employer’s safety committee. Back then, when workplace violence came up on the agenda, our greatest concerns focused on heated arguments between colleagues and the occasional shoving match.
How did we as a nation go from that to the […]

GAO Report Highlights Violence in Healthcare Settings April 19, 2016 No Comments

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A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released April 14 recommends actions to address violence directed at the nation’s health care workers. Prepared at the request more than two years ago of top Democrats on congressional labor committees, the “Additional Efforts Needed to Help Protect Health Care Workers from Workplace Violence” report describes violence as […]

Are you a safety advocate? February 16, 2016 No Comments

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On Jan. 15, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA US) announced that Kristen Kreibich was named to the newly established position of safety advocate for the company. Kreibich brings more than 20 years of manufacturing, regulatory and safety experience to her new position, and is tasked with enriching the safety culture at FCA US.
“Everyone is a safety […]

How to engage workers in safety meetings February 9, 2016 No Comments

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The way a message or request is delivered makes a huge difference. We experience this every day when we ask for things from all the people in our lives – at work, in the grocery store, and with our families and friends.
“Asking nicely” yields better results than “rudely demanding.”
When it comes to leading a safety […]

Don’t Be Unprepared for an OSHA Inspection No Comments

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For the thousands of companies that have been through an OSHA inspection since OSHA’s inception in 1971, the experience has ranged from scary and nerve wracking to polite and professional.
Each inspector typically has pet peeves based on past experience. Some are sticklers for electrical issues. Some are hyper aware of power tools.
You actually can learn […]

VIDEO: 10 Commandments of Workplace Safety No Comments

10 commandments of workplace safety

Related Training DVDs:

Pro Active Safety Attitudes Target Zero
Help your facility reach for the highest safety standards and aim for zero accidents at work. View Product

Every Choice Matters Training Video & DVD
Demonstrates that when your employees choose safety it’s about more than just them. View Product

Safety Awareness 101 for New Employees
Reminds […]

Workplace Injury and Illness Prevention Pays February 3, 2016 No Comments

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Each day, 12 workers die at their job while another 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. Even looking at these astounding figures, employers can prevent these events from happening at their worksite. With a comprehensive program incorporating the employers and employees, the risk of injury and illness can be nearly eliminated.
That’s what our I2P2: Injury […]

Safety Experts Reveal 5 Tips for Surviving a Workplace Shooting January 25, 2016 No Comments

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Related Workplace Violence Training DVDs:

Workplace Violence Training Video on DVD
Trains employees how to prevent, detect, and diffuse various types of workplace violence. View Product

Be S.A.F.E. Not Sorry: Preventing Violence
Be S.A.F.E. (Not Sorry), a practical and necessary program based on real-life situations, will help keep your company safe. View Product

Workplace Violence First […]

Bullying and Harassment in Construction: Not Part of the Job January 11, 2016 No Comments

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Related Workplace Harassment Training DVDs:

Workplace Bullying and Violence Training
The two discs help ensure trainers deliver consistent bullying and workplace violence training to both supervisors and employees. View Product

Bullying and Respect in the Workplace Video
This video clearly shows that mistreating a fellow employee makes you look bad in the eyes of others and […]

Susquehanna Supply Company Inc. cited for willful violations following July incident January 5, 2016 No Comments

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Jan. 4, 2016
Williamsport, Pennsylvania, bridge repair company named a ‘severe violator’
after fatal trench collapse at Eyers Grove work site
Susquehanna Supply Company Inc. cited for willful violations following July incident Employer name: Susquehanna Supply Company Inc., is headquartered at 2 Rose Street in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The inspected location was a work site just outside Little […]