Winter Driving Tips for Employees

Winter Driving Tips for Employees

When you drive for work, it's important to take extra care during the winter. Especially in cold, snowy climates like Michigan, winter weather can hit hard, making it difficult to drive safely. Before you head out on any drive this winter, be sure you've reviewed and...

PPE: Head Protection Selection – Toolbox Talk

PPE: Head Protection Selection – Toolbox Talk

Over 70,000 disabling head injuries occur every year in industry. Hard hats were worn by only 16% of these workers who sustained head injuries.   Head protection, in the form of protective hats, must do two things, resist penetration and be shock absorbent. This...

5 Workplace Fire Safety Tips

5 Workplace Fire Safety Tips

Maintaining a safe work environment includes a quality workplace fire prevention program. October is fire safety month, making this a great time to review your fire safety program. Here are 5 workplace fire safety tips to get you started! #1 Minimize Workplace Fire...

PPE: Eye and Face Protection – Toolbox Talk

PPE: Eye and Face Protection – Toolbox Talk

Each eye and face protective device is designed for a particular hazard. In selecting the protection necessary, consider the type and degree of hazard. There are generally four categories of eye and face protection: safety glasses, goggles, face shields, and welding...

Portable Fire Extinguishers – Toolbox Talk

Portable Fire Extinguishers – Toolbox Talk

The Hazard Communication Standard provides six elements that must be included on shipped containers. The hazard statement, signal word, and pictograms are the standardized elements of the label, which means that they may not deviate from the language or elements...

Heat-Related Illness Prevention in the Workplace

Heat-Related Illness Prevention in the Workplace

eSafety's Heat-Related Illness series was developed to create a better understanding of the different types of heat-related illnesses. These illnesses are prevalent in the workplace year-round and can affect anyone working in a warm, humid environment both indoors and...

Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke

Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke

eSafety's Heat-Related Illness series was developed to create a better understanding of the different types of heat-related illnesses. These illnesses are prevalent in the workplace year-round, and can affect anyone working in a warm, humid environment both indoors...

6 Types of Heat-Related Illnesses

6 Types of Heat-Related Illnesses

eSafety's Heat-Related Illness series was developed to create a better understanding of the different types of heat-related illnesses. These illnesses are prevalent in the workplace year-round, and can affect anyone working in a warm, humid environment both indoors...

HazCom – Airborne Concentration Exposure Limits – Toolbox Talk

HazCom – Airborne Concentration Exposure Limits – Toolbox Talk

Knowledge of the proper PPE and safe procedures is key to reducing your exposure to a chemical. PPE may include chemical resistant gloves, boots, eye and face protection, chemical suits, and respiratory protection, depending on the chemical you are handling.  ...

HazCom – Workplace Container Labeling – Toolbox Talk

HazCom – Workplace Container Labeling – Toolbox Talk

The Hazard Communication Standard provides six elements that must be included on shipped containers. The hazard statement, signal word, and pictograms are the standardized elements of the label, which means that they may not deviate from the language or elements...

10 Electrical Safety Tips for the Workplace

10 Electrical Safety Tips for the Workplace

Today, any office or workplace setting operates on electricity. Electrical equipment, from computers to machinery can all be potentially hazardous and can cause shock and burn injuries if improperly used or maintained. Though most general personnel don't need...

How to Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19

How to Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is a constantly changing situation. It seems that every state and region has its own guidelines for safety, and there's a lot of information going around about how you can keep yourself safe — what methods work, and which do not. If you're...

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