Safety

Summer is in full swing, and hot temperatures are affecting light industrial workers globally. Meanwhile, light industrial workers can face a wide range of heat-related problems in summer. As such, light industrial workers need to plan accordingly. In doing so, these workers can consistently beat the heat and stay safe on the job. Tips to… Read more »

June marks National Safety Month, an initiative designed to promote workplace safety globally. As a general labourer, there are many things you can do to minimize the risk of on-the-job accidents. Now, let’s look at five tips to help you foster workplace safety. 1. Follow Workplace Safety Protocols Learn workplace safety protocols and follow them… Read more »

You and your employer likely share a common goal: to maintain a safe work environment. To achieve this goal, prioritize workplace safety. That way, you can avoid common OSHA violations. Ultimately, some OSHA violations are more common than others. But, with the right approach, you can minimize the risk of workplace safety issues that lead… Read more »

Forklift operators must take appropriate precautions. Otherwise, they are susceptible to forklift safety mistakes that lead to accidents and injuries. At least 79 work-related deaths occurred due to forklifts in 2019, according to research. Also, more than 8,100 nonfatal injuries involving days away from work took place during the time frame. Forklift accidents and injuries… Read more »

You and your boss share a common goal: to maintain a safe, productive work environment. If you have job safety concerns, you need to discuss them with your boss. That way, you and your boss can work together to address your concerns. Tips to Discuss Job Safety Concerns with Your Boss It can be tough… Read more »

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a must-have to keep construction workers safe. With appropriate PPE, you are well-equipped to guard against accidents and injuries. Plus, you can wear PPE that ensures you can perform day-to-day tasks safely and effectively. What PPE Is Necessary to Keep Construction Workers Safe? Construction workers must wear PPE — without… Read more »

Slips, trips, and falls are common in winter, particularly for light industrial workers. Snow, ice, and other winter weather conditions can make it tough to complete everyday work tasks outdoors. Yet, light industrial workers who prioritize safety are well-equipped to identify and address workplace dangers in winter before they lead to on-the-job accidents and injuries…. Read more »

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is ongoing, and uncertainty surrounding the crisis is causing stress and anxiety levels to rise globally. With the right approach to mental wellness, you can keep your stress and anxiety in check until the pandemic passes.   There are many things you can do to help manage your mental health during the coronavirus quarantine, such… Read more »