ICW Group mySafetyNews.com
Printed from www.mysafetynews.com - Your Risk Management Resource

Monthly issues

September 2018

Digging Deeper – an aMAZEing Time

- September 20, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
No comments

Accident investigation is key to preventing future incidents. In my blogs, I discussed the red flags of an incomplete investigation and the importance of digging deeper during an investigation to find the real cause. Now, I’ll put those ideas into …  Read more …

Visitor Safety Policy

- September 19, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
No comments

You’ve done a great job training your staff on safety expectation, you’ve even read our blog about training temporary employees, but what about guests on your property? Visitors need to be informed of your safety expectations. Visitors includes anyone who …  Read more …

Digging Deeper – A Closer Look Into Accident Investigations

- September 14, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
No comments

Accident investigation is key to preventing future accidents in your workplace. When a near miss or accident occurs, do you investigate to determine why the accident occurred so the issue can be addressed?  Many organizations do an investigation, but do …  Read more …

Safety Tips for Runners and Walkers – Look Out For Vehicle Traffic!

- September 12, 2018 by Terio Duran (View all posts by Terio)
No comments

So you’re a runner and walker? So am I! What a great exercise to help burn calories and relieve stress! Many companies encourage walking during breaks and lunchtime to promote employee wellness, but even a leisurely walk can be dangerous …  Read more …

Listen Up! It’s Time to Protect Your Hearing!

- September 9, 2018 by Pam McIntire, ARM (View all posts by Pam)
No comments

Although it is one of our most valuable senses, hearing is often taken for granted until we suffer a hearing loss. If you’ve ever had a head cold or illness where you feel as if your ears are plugged, you …  Read more …

Laceration Prevention – Conducting a Knife Safety Audit

- September 4, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
No comments

Since lacerations injuries are usually minor, exposures are oftentimes overlooked. But, lacerations can be prevented by using the safest tool available for the job. Have you conducted a walk-  through of your facility recently with a focus on knife safety? …  Read more …