The Open Records Rule: Are You Compliant?

Are you aware that your employees have the right to see reporting on what harmful substances they may encounter while working for you (as well as how many injuries or illnesses have resulted from them in the past)? Furthermore, did you know that you must let your employees know that it is their right to…

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P.O.L.I.C.E. Safety Management in Your Business

Safety needs management at the same level as all other aspects of your business. When you treat safety procedures as separate entities, they lose their importance in the structure of your business. James Kendrick, Safety Consultant, Speaker and Trainer for Kendrick Global Enterprises, LLC explains, “Management does not need to do anything special to improve…

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3 Ways to Reduce Safety Hazards in Manufacturing

Safety should always be your #1 priority in your business’s working environment—especially in manufacturing. When working in manufacturing, the human body is physically demanded of in many ways: for handling materials and operating machinery. About 1 in every 25 manufacturing workers are injured every year while on the job. Staying committed to a safe environment…

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Farm Safety: Are You Prepared for the Upcoming Season?

With every job, you are presented with new environmental risk factors, but some propose more health and safety risks than others. According to the National Safety Council, Agriculture is the most hazardous industry in the nation. Though the rate of fatalities is declining, it still is at the peak. Every year, thousands of farmers and…

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Is Your Company Set for Success?

We set financial and productivity goals in order to achieve success within our business, but have you wondered if you are setting the right goals? A goal you should strive for is ensuring the safety for your business. Safety within your company helps aid in your production and financial goals—so who has the expertise and industry knowledge to provide you this…

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