National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls

Every year OSHA conducts a Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls. This year, it’s May 8 through 12, 2017, presenting a perfect opportunity for employers and employees to take the time and talk about...

April 2017: What’s New in Workplace Safety and Health

Check out our safety resources in honor of Administrative Professionals Day, Defensive Driving Awareness Month, National Electrical Safety Month, and more!  

3 Ways Branded Online University Helps Build a Stronger Safety Culture

Hundreds of ClickSafety clients deliver online safety training to their employees through a branded Online University web portal. Never heard of it? Browse below for three (3) reasons a branded...

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April marks Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Though the majority of drivers probably don’t need statistics to realize how dangerous distracted driving is, a campaign by the National Highway...

5 Most Popular Blogs on Building a Safety Culture

A strong safety culture proves to result in many benefits, including lower injury rates, increased ability to retain existing staff and attract new staff, as well as higher return on investment...

Are You Ready For 2017 OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Requirements?

Recordkeeping and reporting of workplace injuries and illnesses is required by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), specifically in their 29CFR 1904 recordkeeping regulations. In...

Fall Protection: Ladder Safety Month and OSHA Updates to General Industry Standard

Falls are among the leading causes of worker deaths every year, especially in construction. Yet top 10 OSHA citations of 2016 has lack of fall protection first on the list; scaffold and ladder...

Feeling Tired at Work? You’re Not Alone

Almost everyone is susceptible to workplace fatigue, an all-too-common occurrence in our fast-paced society. Many factors (physical, psychological, direct, and indirect), can impact a person’s...

OSHA’s Final Rule to Protect Workers from Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica

OSHA issued a final rule to limit 2.3 million workers from breathing silica dust and protect them from serious health issues like lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and...

Ergonomics In The Workplace: Risk Factors And Control Methods

Ergonomic back pain costs U.S. employers $7 billion per year in lost work days and productivity, according to EHS Today. Poor posture at work is a major cause of head, back or neck pain, strain...

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