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Improper use of ladders results in hundreds of injuries and even deaths each year. Follow these guidelines and best practices for added safety when using a ladder.
More than one million back injuries occur each year and contribute to one in every five workplace injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Training is crucial to help protect your employees from back injuries resulted from using an improper lifting technique.
Follow these steps to determine a safe following distance to allow enough time to react to sudden braking or stopping.
Employers should use every safeguard and precaution available to protect employees from on-the-job injuries.
Sometimes cuts or lacerations happen because workers are in a hurry — proper commercial kitchen knife safety can help reduce the risk of injury.
Hazards such as greasy or wet floors, low lighting, and loose mats are common contributing factors to slips, trips, and falls in the food service industry.
Burns are a common injury within the food service industry, but the risk of injury can be reduced by implementing commercial kitchen fire safety training and using proper equipment.
Hand tools are generally used for manual operation; however, hand tools can be used for much more than their intended use.
To ensure employees are familiar with the three points of contact system, training should be completed frequently and effectively.