Worker Fatigue’s Effect on Worker Safety and Health

            We live in a society that thrives on long work hours and irregular shifts. Many Americans are expected to spend over 40 hours of their week at work, whether they are scheduled to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, or are on an on-call basis. Extended, irregular, and consecutive shifts are expected, often leading them…

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Prioritizing Workplace Safety in 2021

2020 has brought a whole new meaning to what workplace health and safety really means. Businesses everywhere have begun implementing new and updated safety measures to keep both their employees and workplace safe from COVID-19. A recent survey has even found that business leaders are more focused on workplace safety in 2021 than ever before.…

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Musculoskeletal Disorders: Awareness and Prevention

Often times, people associate workplace injuries with accidents such as slipping and falling. But, some common workplace injuries don’t stem from accidental occurrences at all. Rather, Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD's) are usually an effect of repetitive and/or strenuous movements. Being aware of the frequency and effects of MSD’s can ensure your employees stay healthy and safe…

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