Instead of “Play ball!” will it be “Play ball — but safely”?
A recent survey shows employees’ failure to use personal protective equipment is a widespread problem.
Does your company require employees to pass drug tests? Now, there’s one less product on the market to help them cheat.
If you post signs at your workplace that say “Safety First,” how can employees still get the impression that production is more important?
Periodically, we ask three safety pros how they’d handle a difficult work situation. Today’s problem: A manager is asked to cut an already lean safety budget.
Workers who don’t speak English fluently are a hot topic when it comes to safety training. But that’s not the only language problem that could be negatively affecting safety training, according to three new studies.
Safety pros have debated for years the effectiveness of incentive programs that reward good safety records.
Welcome! Tell me if you’ve heard this one: “At our company, safety is everyone’s job.”