“Safety Comics Of The Day – Santa Style 2018 – Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!” #HolidaySafety

Merry Christmas & Hopefully A Happy New Year To All & Thank You For Visiting My Website in 2018! Check Out Our Free Safety Resource Section For Free Safety Information  & PowerPoint Downloads!  Jack Benton, Chicago, Illinois - EHS Safety News America® 2018  Contact me below! 

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“Safety Comics Of The Day – Santa Style 2018 – Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!” #HolidaySafety

Merry Christmas & Hopefully A Happy New Year To All & Thank You For Visiting My Website in 2018! Check Out Our Free Safety Resource Section For Free Safety Information  & PowerPoint Downloads!  Jack Benton, Chicago, Illinois - EHS Safety News America® 2018 Wish List: Chicago Area Full-Time EHS - Safety  Management or Loss Control - Risk … Continue reading “Safety Comics Of The Day – Santa Style 2018 – Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!” #HolidaySafety

Keep Fingers and Hands Safe: Practice Snowblower Safety

Each year, hundreds of people suffer maiming or amputations of their fingers or hands due to the improper handling of snowblowers. The American Society for Surgery of the Hand would like to provide you with patient information to help you avoid these injuries during the winter season. Injury Profile Average age: 44 years Sex: Male … Continue reading Keep Fingers and Hands Safe: Practice Snowblower Safety

Top Chicago Business of the Day – “United Scrap” – Cicero, Illinois

  Marsha Serlin - Founder and CEO Marsha Serlin founded United Scrap Metal in 1978 and began building her company with $200 and a rental truck. At that time, Marsha was a divorced single parent, solely responsible for two young children. She saw an opportunity to support her family by gathering scrap from alleys, manufacturers and … Continue reading Top Chicago Business of the Day – “United Scrap” – Cicero, Illinois

Keep Fingers and Hands Safe: Practice Snowblower Safety

Each year, hundreds of people suffer maiming or amputations of their fingers or hands due to the improper handling of snowblowers. The American Society for Surgery of the Hand would like to provide you with patient information to help you avoid these injuries during the winter season. Injury Profile Average age: 44 years Sex: Male … Continue reading Keep Fingers and Hands Safe: Practice Snowblower Safety

Safety Comic of the Day – November 3, 2013

No story needed for this one. 😎 I wonder if he recorded it on his OSHA 300 Log? What's New OSHA Injury and Illness forms are now available in a pdf fillable format Incentive Program Memo On June 22, 2011 OSHA issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to modify the industry coverage of the recordkeeping rule and the Fatality/Catastrophe … Continue reading Safety Comic of the Day – November 3, 2013

“A Day In Chicago” – Timelapse Windows Screensaver – Download It Here!

A Day in Chicago is a 'just for fun' piece containing over 5,000 photographs shot with a Nikon D5100 on the labor day weekend in 2013. - Nicklaus Photography in Chicago. Video shot on August 31, 2013, Labor Day weekend. Beautifully done! Let me know how you like the screensaver I made from it! Download … Continue reading “A Day In Chicago” – Timelapse Windows Screensaver – Download It Here!

Tips On 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 Tips On How To Write a Good Accident Or Incident Report

Annual “Behavior Management Techniques for Leaders” Conference – September 11th and 12th, Chicago, IL

Howard Lees - Director, Hollin Consulting Dr. Scott Geller - Internationally Known Behavioral Based Safety Expert The annual Behavior Management Techniques for Leaders will be September 11th and 12th in Chicago this year. The BMT Federation has a history of delivering engaging conferences featuring leading safety experts speaking on cutting-edge, behavioral-based strategies, and is sure leave … Continue reading Annual “Behavior Management Techniques for Leaders” Conference – September 11th and 12th, Chicago, IL

Fire Sprinkler Bill Pushes On In Illinois

An investigative report by NBC Chicago highlights a battle raging in Illinois as State Fire Marshal Larry Matkaitis is working to update the state fire code, unchanged for the past twelve years. According to the report “the one he's proposing is a big one: a first-ever requirement for fire sprinklers in all new single-family homes, … Continue reading Fire Sprinkler Bill Pushes On In Illinois

Deadliest U.S. Jobs & The Safest and Deadliest U.S. Cities to Work In

Read more at: http://www.duralabel.com/infographics/deadliest-us-jobs-cities.php#ixzz2JUOtPi8c Click on Infographic to enlarge! Source: Duralabel  

Temporary Employees More Likely To Succumb To Workplace Hazards

Family photo Carlos Centeno, a temporary worker who died after a workplace accident, and his partner, Velia Carbot. By Jim Morris and Chip Mitchell -The Center for Public Integrity/WBEZ CHICAGO — By the time Carlos Centeno arrived at the Loyola University Hospital Burn Center, more than 98 minutes had elapsed since his head, torso, arms … Continue reading Temporary Employees More Likely To Succumb To Workplace Hazards