Infographics

5 Safe Driving Tips

Did you know April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month? Safety.BLR.com, our partner site, created an infographic highlighting 5 simple steps to help you become a safer, more focused, driver.

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11 Tips for Handling Hazardous Materials

Keep your workers safe. Here are 11 tips for handling hazardous materials. Don’t become a target for one of these avoidable citations! Join us on March 29 for an in-depth webinar presented by Meaghan Boyd, a seasoned environmental litigation partner at Alston & Bird, as she discusses best practices for hazardous materials transportation. You’ll learn: […]

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Tier II Reporting Deadline is Coming Soon!

The Tier II reporting deadline is approaching. This infographic provides essential information to help you determine if you need to report, along with some helpful tips for preparing and submitting a Tier II report.

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The Case for Tethering Tools

By Nate Bohmbach, Associate Product Director, Ergodyne 247  people lost their lives due to a dropped object in 2015, but new standards are currently in the works to help guide efforts focused on preventing these tragic accidents.

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The 2017 Workplace Safety Puzzle

From 2015 to 2017, OSHA fines increased almost 80%, making the cost of noncompliance too expensive for most organizations to ignore. This new infographic, created for the 2017 Safety Summit, aims to help safety pros, like you, strengthen compliance, reduce costs, and improve operational efficiency. Understanding the Safety Puzzle The infographic reviews issues safety pros may face this year. […]

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Be Prepared for The Worst Case Scenario – Workplace Violence

With workplace violence attacks becoming more prevalent in the US, organizations need to be prepared for worst-case scenarios. Attacks in the workplace average three deaths and up to 12 injuries per attack, and lawsuits average $500,000 with jury awards averaging $3 million. Worse yet, the loss of friends and colleagues in the workplace is devastating…and […]

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New Resource Identifies Ways to Protect Employees on the Road

Motor vehicle crashes cost U.S. employers about $25 billion per year, affecting productivity, workers’ compensation and medical costs, liability, and reputation. Find out more about a newly launched resource to help keep your people safe on the road. Business Pulse: Motor Vehicle Safety at Work (http://www.cdcfoundation.org/businesspulse/vehicle-safety) explores how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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