5 Ways to Stay Safe on the Farm

The agriculture industry ranks among America’s most dangerous industries. In fact, every day, nearly 100 agricultural workers suffer a lost-work-time injury. To ensure your farm and staff are protected year-round from these types of injuries and illnesses, we’ve compiled our top 5 farm safety tips. 1. Be Mindful of the Machinery and Vehicles Being Used…

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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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Due Dates for OSHA Injury Reports are Quickly Approaching

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Have you submitted your establishment’s Form 300A data yet? Each year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) administers a report of all workplace injuries. Forms are to be submitted by March 2 of every year. Why Do I Need to Report Workplace Injuries? OSHA utilizes the information gathered from annual injury reports to better…

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The Importance of EHS Management for Your Business

As a business owner, it is your duty to ensure your employees are working under safe and healthy working conditions. For many, this may seem like a daunting task. To take the worry and uncertainty off your hands, rely on EHS Management to manage all workplace programs and procedures. We provide professional training and systems…

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