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Safety

Iowa manufacturer builds machine to prevent lifting injuries

In an effort to prevent lifting injuries, Iowa-based manufacturer Katecho built a machine that would do the lifting for them.

Bart Anderson, U.S. SiteWork CEO
CEO Q&A: Planning for safety helps projects run more efficiently

Our interview with U.S. SiteWork CEO Bart Anderson on why safety is his company’s mission.

Hospital staff trains for a frightening possibility

The Dallas County Hospital in Perry, Iowa, held an active shooter drill. This allowed staff to practice sheltering in place or escaping during such an event.

Study breaks down specifics of school employee injuries

SFM conducted an in-depth study of school employees in Minnesota to learn which employees were most likely to be injured, and how. What they learned might surprise you.

How one school district is preventing falls among staff

The Cambridge-Isanti Public Schools decreased falls by making stepladders easily accessible throughout its buildings.

Jim Andrews, CEO of ADO products
CEO Q&A: Company's emphasis on safety starts at the top

ADO Products CEO Jim Andrews talks about his company’s emphasis on employee safety.

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