Topic: Accident Investigation Forms
The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970 requires certain employers to prepare and maintain records of work related injuries and illnesses. In fulfillment of this requirement, Continue reading “Employer Responsibilities – Accident Investigations”
Don’t wait till you smell smoke to ask, what should I do in the event of a fire?
Fire Safety is an important part of being prepared. It’s not enough to know where the exits are, what items to grab on the way out, or when and how to help others. Fire preparedness includes preemptive measures as well!
Some preliminary questions to consider are:
Do you have a fire alarm?How would employee communication work in the event of an emergency? Where is the safety rendezvous point?
Continue reading “Fire Safety.”
What would happen today, if there was an accident at your workplace? Would employees and management know what to do? Would the injured person get the best possible care?
When an accident happens, a First Aid Program that meets the requirements of the law and is tailored to the type and size of the workplace can literally make the difference between life and death, or between recovery and permanent disablement. Continue reading “First Aid Ready!”