Now more than ever, those on the frontlines of public service need to stay safe while on the job, utilizing PPE (personal protective equipment) like masks and gloves, and shedding their daily work clothes before entering the sanctuary of home. Preventing cross-contamination between work and home is a major goal, and proper footwear hygiene can help. If you are an …
OSHA has designated August 12-18, 2019 as Safe + Sound Week. Let’s create awareness for workplace safety.
For safety managers, risk directors, procurement and HR professionals, reducing risk, protecting workers and preserving productivity are a definite priority, but they cannot achieve exceptional results alone. Everyone has a role to play in workplace safety.
It’s International Men’s Health Week. For active men who work at jobs that keep them on their feet for long shifts, from healthcare to hospitality and food service, to those who put themselves in harm’s way in industries like construction and manufacturing, the proper footwear will have a positive impact on overall health and wellness.
For the safety professional, prevention of accident and injury in the workplace is serious business. Risk managers, safety directors, industrial hygienists and HR professionals can benefit from the amplified focus on all the efforts they diligently administrate all year long.
Safety should be a concern for small business owners, particularly slip and fall accidents. A safety footwear program is an important first step.
Shoe insoles can increase your work performance by providing additional comfort, cushioning and arch support.
Employers and employees need to take steps to make their work environments safer and, just as importantly, behave more safely when on the job.
Here are some workplace safety tips for extending the principles of National Safety Month throughout the year.
There’s no better time than National Safety Month to step back and make sure your work environment is as safe as can be.