“Have Batteries At Home? Don’t Store Open Batteries In Junk Drawers” #HomeSafety

Click here for the recent Hastings, Nebraska House Fire on January 16, 2017 If you are storing loose 9 volt or AA or other batteries in a kitchen drawer or a "junk" drawer in your home, watch how you store them. Above all don't store them loose and rolling around with other metal items, like small … Continue reading “Have Batteries At Home? Don’t Store Open Batteries In Junk Drawers” #HomeSafety

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How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report #Safety #Accident #Report

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iqoa7ZQUM4 An accident or incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic … Continue reading How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report #Safety #Accident #Report

“How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report” #Safety #Accident #Report

An accident or  incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic steps, … Continue reading “How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report” #Safety #Accident #Report

How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report

An incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic steps, and those … Continue reading How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report

Contractors: “Who Is Responsible For Their Safety?”

If you hire contractors, perform contract work, or work at a multi-employer work site, it can be difficult to determine what your safety responsibilities are. Use this infographic to gain a better understanding of how multi-employer rules apply in common situations and what you should look for when hiring a contractor. Contractors: Who's Responsible for … Continue reading Contractors: “Who Is Responsible For Their Safety?”

“How You Can Prevent “Slips, Trips & Falls.”

It’s probably happened to most of us. That momentary lapse of inattention thinking about a personal problem or distracted by an activity that ends in a slip, trip or fall. A stumble down a stairway. A trip over an uneven surface. Slipping on the ice. It can lead to a variety of regrettable events ranging … Continue reading “How You Can Prevent “Slips, Trips & Falls.”

“The DuPont Integrated Approach (DnA) For Safety”

A Focus on 'Why?' Accelerates Safety Performance DuPont tests a new safety approach that goes beyond traditional behavioral-safety programs. By: Bob Krzywicki, Global Practice Leader for Employee Safety, DuPont Sustainable Solutions Instead of taking a sprawling corner office when he joined the company, former Alcoa Inc. CEO, Paul O’Neill, settled into his new role by … Continue reading “The DuPont Integrated Approach (DnA) For Safety”

“How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report”

An incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic steps, and those … Continue reading “How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report”

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“Harvard University – “Toolbox Talk & Safety Meeting Topic Resources”

Toolbox Talks & Safety Resources A Toolbox Talk is an informal group discussion that focuses on a particular safety issue. These tools can be used daily to promote your departments safety culture. Toolbox talks are also intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site. Documents: *Toolbox Talk Fact Sheet Accident Reporting & … Continue reading “Harvard University – “Toolbox Talk & Safety Meeting Topic Resources”

OSHA 300 Log – “Reminder: Post Your 2015 OSHA Recordkeeping Annual Summary By February 1, 2016”

OSHA Form 300A: A Step-by-Step Guide by Safety.BLR.com Download OSHA 300 Log Kit Here: https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/OSHArecordkeepingforms.pdf Related articles OSHA - DOL Web Tool Helps Employers Understand OSHA Recordkeeping (ehssafetynews.wordpress.com) OSHA 300A Posting Required by February 1. Changes Coming for Recordkeeping. (futureenv.blogspot.com) 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Posting Your OSHA 300A Form (hrishares.wordpress.com) Succeed Management Solutions, LLC … Continue reading OSHA 300 Log – “Reminder: Post Your 2015 OSHA Recordkeeping Annual Summary By February 1, 2016”

“Safety Meeting Topics for a Better Safety Committee at Your Workplace”

  Accident Investigation [English] [Spanish] Aerial Platform Safety [English] [Spanish] Africanized Honey Bees [English] [Spanish] Aggressive Driving [English] [Spanish] Agricultural Pesticide Use Regulations [English] [Spanish] Agricultural Worker Transport [English] [Spanish] Air Bag Safety [English] [Spanish] Aircraft Maintenance Safety [English] [Spanish] Ammonia Safety [English] [Spanish] Amusement Park Hazards [English] [Spanish] Animal Handling Safety [English] [Spanish] Animal … Continue reading “Safety Meeting Topics for a Better Safety Committee at Your Workplace”