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RM15

Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention

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Work-related slip, trip, and fall incidents occur in all places of employment and are caused by several factors...

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RM13

Rain Rain Go Away

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Stay Alert during severe weather. Think ahead and plan with safety in mind. It may save your life and those that may have to come and rescue you.

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RM12

More Training?

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As an employer, you expect new hires to make some mistakes. It comes with the territory and could serve as...

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RM11

Managing Mold and Moisture Problems in Buildings

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Mold is everywhere. It can grow on wood, paper, carpet, ceiling tile, drywall, and insulation. Problems with mold occur when...

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RM10

The Circle of Safety

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What is the “Circle of Safety?” The Circle of Safety is a technique commonly found in Vehicle Safety Programs to reduce the frequency of preventable accidents by...

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Cyber Risk

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The risk of a cyber attack is a threat that most employers have in common. Cyber attacks target computer information systems, infrastructures, computer networks, and/or personal computer devices...

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RM5

The Mold or The Mold Consultant?

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Conflicting interests and misled clients are becoming commonplace in the Mold Consulting industry. Although there are credible, knowledgeable, and ethical...

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RM9

Workers' Compensation Fraud Reporting

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The vast majority of workers’ compensation claims are legitimate. Most injured workers want nothing more than appropriate medical treatment and compensation...

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RM3

Lightning Season

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Lightning is the third greatest storm-related killer in the United States. It causes nearly $1 billion in damages each year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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RM2

Machine Guarding

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On March 20, 2012, the United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) revised the Hazard Communication Standard...

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RM6

Safety Summit What is it?

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A Safety Summit is an opportunity for managers and supervisors to enhance their expertise in safety and health issues. It encourages attendees to participate in discussions focused on departmental-specific risk issues...

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RM4

Foundation of a Best in Class Early Return - to - Work Program

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Much has been said about the benefit of workers' compensation early return-to-work programs and how such programs improve the situation of injured workers...

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RM8

Encouraging Safety Awareness & Using Competition to Improve Working Conditions

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Safety posters and other forms of communication help to raise awareness of safety issues. Safety posters, such as the one used by the Department of Public Social Services, serve as a reminder that safety is important.

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RM7

Don't Be Distracted

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Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions can endanger the safety of drivers, passengers, and bystanders...

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RM1

Safety For Temporary Employees

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Does your department employ contingent, contractual, seasonal, freelance or “just-in-time” employees? If so, then your department employs temporary employees and may be responsible for their on-the job safety...

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