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Office Ergonomics

Posted March 12, 2018

Poor posture and equipment placement can negatively impact your health. There is no single “correct” posture or arrangement of office components that will fit everyone. However, there are basic concepts and design goals to consider for your particular situation. Continue reading →

Safety Tools: Safe Plan of Action

Posted March 5, 2018

What is SPA? Safe Plan of Action, or SPA, is an easy to follow system that is designed to reduce injuries by providing a method for analyzing the task at hand, and then making a safe plan that eliminates the potential safety hazards associated with that work to be performed. Continue reading →

Safety Always Culture

Posted February 26, 2018

Our safety goal is “0” Lost Time Accidents. We need 100% participation. But what is your responsibility to achieve this goal? Continue reading →

10 Key Attributes of Injury Free Workers

Posted February 19, 2018

The following attributes and characteristics are the result of a nearly 10 year study and countless hours of personal interviews with employees who have worked their entire careers injury free. Continue reading →

Emoticons Can Kill?

Posted February 12, 2018

Do you text? Read emails on your phone? Look at social updates? View your calendar? Browse the internet? I know, you may be thinking…”Well I don’t do that while I am driving!” If that’s the case, then I cannot be more proud of you and the decision you have made regarding safety! However, this is not a message regarding phone usage while driving, This message is about the dangers of texting and walking. By the way, the article on the newspaper is a true story! Continue reading →

The Heart of the Matter

Posted February 5, 2018

There are many different kinds of heart disease. The most common is atherosclerosis (ath-uh-roh-skluh-roh-sis), the buildup of fatty deposits or plaques in the walls of arteries. As plaque builds up, there is less space for blood to flow normally and deliver oxygen through­out the body, including to the heart. Depending on where the buildup is, it can cause a heart attack, leg pain, or a stroke. Atherosclerosis is not part of normal aging and can be serious. Continue reading →

Bolstering Healthy Lifestyles

Posted January 29, 2018

These little tricks may help keep you healthy, or start you in the right direction of becoming healthier. The healthier you are, the safer (and happier!) you will be. Continue reading →

Safety Commitment

Posted January 15, 2018

Are you a gambler?  Are you willing to risk it all?
What happens when we “knowingly” commit an unsafe act or risky behavior?  Ask yourself – Who loses the most?  Who is affected by YOUR actions? Continue reading →

Treacherous Travels

Posted January 8, 2018

This winter has been particularly harsh with the cold and snow. Your car needs to be mechanically fit and you need to be mentally prepared when you travel. Continue reading →

Resolutions. You Can Make Them. But Can You Keep them?

Posted January 1, 2018

Making New Year resolutions? Here’s a few tips for success. Continue reading →