That’s why we’ve collected these safety publications. Click on any topic for a downloadable flyer you can distribute to employees.

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    Attitude Towards Safety

    Every employee must take safety seriously in order to avoid accidents, avoid exposure to hazardous substances, and comply with company policies and procedures.

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    Electrical Hazards

    Stay current on electrical hazards by knowing when you are safe, when you may be unsafe, and when you are likely to get shocked.

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    Emergency

    Are you prepared for an emergency? Emergencies in the workplace cannot be eliminated, but if you have an emergency action plan and trained workers you can optimize efficiency.

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    Fatigue

    It seems businesses are staying open later and later, potentially putting workers in dangerous situations as they come and go at odd hours. Here are some ways to be safe in these situations.

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    Fire Safety

    With over 5,000 office fires reported every year, it’s important to understand and follow procedures for fire evacuations.

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    First Aid

    No one imagines it ever happening, but you might be the closest—or only—employee on the scene when a co-worker experiences a medical emergency. Remember these response basics to provide help until the paramedics arrive.

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    Heat

    Know how to avoid dangerous heat injuries while working or playing in hot weather, and how to deal with them when they occur.

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    Holidays

    The holiday season can be stressful and affect your health and safety in a number of ways. Learn how to eat right and deal with travel, social and financial stress during the most wonderful time of the year.

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    Ladders

    Proper ladder selection, inspection, and use can help prevent falls and injuries in the workplace. This information can help prevent a ladder-related accident.

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    Lifting

    Injuries from lifting are some of the most common in the American workplace. Learn the risk factors and how to avoid these injuries.

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    Office Safety

    The office seems like a relatively safe place to be, but injuries can still happen. Use these tips to help you stay safe at the office.

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    Protect Your Ears

    If you are one of the 20 million people exposed to hazardous noise on the job, use this information and protect your hearing!

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    Protect Your Vision

    Eye injuries in the workplace are surprisingly common. Injuries range from eye strain to puncture wounds. No matter what your job is, take the time to properly protect your eyes.

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    Winter Driving

    What makes the difference between an ordinary driver and a safe one? An ordinary driver reacts to the road situations. A safe driver anticipates crises and avoids them. These tips will help you prepare for safe driving in winter conditions.

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