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ThinkSafe: Avoiding Slip & Fall
Falls are the leading cause of accident-related injuries. But did you know that most falls are from the same level, caused by slipping or tripping?
OSHA regulations state that walking/working surfaces should be clear of hazards. It’s important to keep working areas clear of hazards like protruding nails, splinters, holes, loose boards, leaks, corrosion, and wet conditions, which can all contribute to incidents and injury.
Working areas should be well-lit, and employees should be mindful of trip hazards.
Certificate of Recognition (COR®)
What is COR® The Certificate of Recognition (COR®) program is an occupational health and safety program designation verifying that a company has a fully-implemented health and safety program that meets national standards. It is endorsed by participating members of the...
Mind on Safety
Report It, Don't Ignore It Anything you encounter on the worksite that gives you a feeling of “That’s not safe at all” should be reported immediately. Don’t just put your head down and keep walking, hoping that someone else will report it. The same philosophy should...
Who needs fall protection equipment? If you said workers building bridges or cleaning office tower windows, you would be right.But what about all the workers who work at lesser heights, just a few feet off the ground? They should also be protected from falls, which...