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Safety

The health care workers at greatest risk for on-the-job injuries

It’s more dangerous to work in a hospital than to construct one. That’s based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics data on non-fatal injuries by occupation.

What safety pros keep in their winter emergency kits

We asked SFM’s loss prevention representatives what we’d find in the safety kits they keep in their cars in case of roadside emergencies. Here's what they said.

Preventing injuries among aging workers

Why older workers are more at risk for workers’ comp injuries, and four tips for preventing injuries among older workers

Inexpensive safety solution: Replace old utility knives

Consider replacing old manually retractable and fixed-blade utility knives with a concealed blade version for a safer option.

Safety video: Moves you can use to avoid winter slips and falls

Use this lighthearted video to remind and train your employees to avoid winter slips and falls, a common cause of workplace injuries.

Snow days aren’t just for schools: How to develop a workplace severe weather policy

When winter weather turns dangerous and it’s unsafe to travel, do you have a plan – for yourself and your employees?

The dangers of drowsy driving

Driving while drowsy can cause drivers to pay less attention to the road, slows their reaction time and affects the ability to make good decisions.

Watch out for these top 10 OSHA violations

List of the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA violations of 2018, with training resources for each

School bus drivers can be safety heroes

This year’s theme for National School Bus Safety Week, “My Driver – My Safety Hero,” reminds us of bus drivers’ important roles in getting people where they’re going safely.

Safe driving isn’t an accident

While technology and safe driving don't always go together, technology can help increase safe driving behaviors with in-vehicle monitoring systems.

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