National Safety Month, observed annually in June, focuses on reducing injuries and deaths at work, on the roads and in our homes. This is a good time to make sure that you are doing everything possible to keep your employees and your families safe. This issue can help you do that.
Have you done your safety housekeeping at the office? (Item #1) To help you lead safely at work, here are seven very important thinking points. (Item #2) This guide, although produced for Australian offices, can help employers and employees take a look at their workplace for safety. (Item #3)
Here are 25 steps you can take to reduce the risk of injury among your office staff. (Item #4) This fact sheet from nonprofitrisk.org identifies electrical hazards and makes recommendations on how to avoid or fix them. (Item #5) Here are the 10 most common safety hazards in the home, along with things you can do to avoid injury and stay out of harm’s way. (Item #6)