Fire Prevention Month

Did you know that on an average day in America, there are more than 200 workplace fires? That’s a staggering and frightening statistic. What’s even more frightening is that each year, these fires kill hundreds of workers, injure many...Read Full Article

Six Safety Tips for Raking Leaves

The good news: changing leaves on deciduous trees are a beloved part of autumn. Shades of gold, red, and orange are a beautiful sight on your commute. The bad news: these leaves don’t just change. They also fall onto your lawn. Is...Read Full Article

NIOSH: Fact Sheet Available Addressing Opioid Overdoses in the Workplace

Sadly, opioid overdoses are on the rise at work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, overdose deaths from non-medical use of drugs and alcohol between 2013 and 2016 rose 38%. The Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) data shows that on...Read Full Article

Dispose of Unwanted, Unused, or Expired Prescription Meds

October 27, 2018 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This nationwide event is sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and began in 2010 to address a crucial public safety and public health issue: the misuse and overuse of...Read Full Article

A Safe Halloween is a Happy Halloween

Halloween is a fun, exciting and highly anticipated night for children. To keep everyone happy and safe, the American Academy of Pediatrics provides some helpful tips.Costumes:When shopping for costumes, look for labels clearly showing that...Read Full Article

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