National Influenza Vaccination Week

The Centers for Disease Contol and Prevention (CDC) recognize December 1-7, 2019 as National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW). The CDC established NIVW in 2005 to shed light on the importance of getting the flu vaccination even after the...Read Full Article

Crowd Safety Tips for the Holidays

Crowded stores, major shopping events, and new product releases are just a few of the activities that see an uptick this time of year and draw large numbers of people. Unfortunately, these events can cause an increased number of hazards for...Read Full Article

Crowd Safety Tips for the Holidays

Crowded stores, major shopping events, and new product releases are just a few of the activities that see an uptick this time of year and draw large numbers of people. Unfortunately, these events can cause an increased number of hazards for...Read Full Article

Prevent Cold Weather-Related Injuries

Winter has officially begun! It’s already been downright cold in many parts of the country. Bundling up in hats, coats, and gloves is a smart practice as you head off to work, but what about working in cold temperatures? What are some ways to...Read Full Article

Preventing Tractor Operator Accidents

Farming is a vital yet dangerous profession. Each year, thousands of farm workers are injured and hundreds more die in farming accidents. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), most farming incidents involve tractors....Read Full Article

Resolve to Improve Safety in 2020

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has reported some interesting statistics. There were 5,250 fatal work injuries in 2018, a 2% increase from 2017Transportation incidents comprised 40% of the fatalitiesFatal events involving contact with...Read Full Article

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