How To Make Your Home Office Feel Good

The Covid-19 pandemic is responsible for a plethora of fundamental societal changes. One of those is the marketplaceā€™s increased acceptance of work-from-home arrangements. While working from home has its...

Keep Workers On Their Feet With Commercial Kitchen Mats

Slips and falls are a leading driver of claims within the food service industry. When used properly, kitchen matting can be an effective solution for keeping people on their...
Bloodborne pathogens

Who Needs a Bloodborne Pathogens Program?

This standard protects workers who can reasonably be anticipated to come into contact with blood or OPIM (Other Potentially Infectious Material) as a result of doing their job duties....

Accident Investigation Series (Part 4): Unsafe Act vs. Unsafe Condition

The first three installments of our workplace Accident Investigation Series covered why employers need to investigate, how to investigate, and how to write the mishap report. During the investigation...

How to Safely Remove Snow and Ice from Rooftops

Snow and ice accumulation can be dangerous for workers if managing exposures are not planned for and handled correctly. Elevated surfaces, such as structures, decks, and roofs, can become...

Construction & Agriculture Safety – Lessons for Both Industries

The agriculture and construction industries face similar challenges and work exposures. The two industries can learn from each other to make each safer for their workers. Three particular workplace...

Tips for Posting Your OSHA 300A Log

New to the safety administration world? No problem, we got your back when it comes to helping you stay compliant with both federal and state OSHA requirements. Today, I'm...
A worker working on a roof.

Are You Using the Right Fall Protection?

When working from an elevated scissor lift (ANSI A92.6 series), workers need only be protected from falling by a properly designed and maintained guardrail system. However, if the guardrail...

The Post-Pandemic Safety Culture

As we continue to move toward the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic, workplace safety takes on an entirely new meaning. The risks we face, how we train our...

Conduct these Safety Checkups This Quarter

As your workers' compensation partner, we want to help ensure your workforce goes home safely at the end of the day. A safety program with regular inspections and observations...