Take the first step to a successful safety program by getting to know the unique hazards that face your industry and find resources to help you avoid them in your workplace.
Not all construction industry hazards are created equally. Some are so dangerous that they have earned special attention from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They’re called the focus four, and they collectively account for nearly 60% of construction worker deaths.
Manufacturing is a key spoke in the wheels that drive the Texas economy. If we want to secure manufacturing’s prominent position in the Texas economic landscape, we must protect our workers from the hazards they face on the job.
Oil remains a key component in our state’s economy. Thousands of hard-working Texans make their living in the oil and gas industry. It remains a high-risk profession that requires diligent safety measures.
Approximately 3.5 million jobs in Texas are supported by the retail industry. They all have the right to a safe work environment.
Whether your employees spend their days cleaning homes, responding to emergencies or treating patients, their job is to serve others. You can serve them by providing a safe, healthful workplace.
Nearly 10% of all miles driven in the US are attributed to large trucks and busses – that’s almost 300 billion each year. The transportation industry has the potential to keep their workers, and others on the road, safer with every mile driven.
Get to know what contributes to the most common workers’ compensation claims to help prevent these types of injuries in your workplace.
Slips, trips and falls are one of the leading causes of workplace fatalities and even minor injuries can lead to costly claims.
When summer heats up, employees are at a greater risk for heat-related illnesses such as exhaustion, stroke and more.
Sprains, strains and tears are among the most common workers’ comp injuries that are caused by improper lifting.
Ladders are consistently in OSHA’s top 10 cited hazards for construction, and improper use can lead to catastrophic injuries.