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Newsletter: Opiods

August 15, 2022

Do you know how to recognize the signs and symptoms of opioid use and misuse? Do you know what to do in the event of an overdose emergency? What about others on your safety team? Join us for free online training Tuesday, July 19 (10-10:30 a.m.): Opioids and the Continuing Epidemic. Click here to reserve […]

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Newsletter: Back To School

August 10, 2022

Back to School. When you see that three-word headline this time of year, you think of moms and dads shopping for supplies at big-box stores and kids returning to classes. You also should think of how you can keep your employees safe on the roads as traffic increases. Whether fleet vehicle drivers or commuters, they […]

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Know Safety, No Crashes: Ergonomics

August 1, 2022

We go to great lengths to design our workspaces to fit our bodies – and for good reason. The goal of ergonomics is to eliminate discomfort and the risk of injury due to work. Nobody wants to suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. Nobody wants to suffer from tendonitis or lower back pain, either. So, we […]

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Newsletter: Spanish Resources

July 27, 2022

You’ve heard it said about communication: You need to talk to people in language they understand and meet people where they live. But what does that mean, and how can answering that question help you bolster your safety program? Let’s start with this: Meeting people where they live means you’re willing to recognize their needs, […]

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Newsletter: Avoid Fatigue

July 22, 2022

Do you have a friend or colleague planning a cross-country road trip before the summer ends? Whether they’re headed to the Rocky Mountains or Great Lakes, you’ll want to help them stay safe. Take time in the coming days to talk about fatigue, one of the most common forms of impairment both at work and […]

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Know Safety, No Crashes: Real

July 18, 2022

Do you drive to conditions? Do you move over for emergency vehicles? I ask because I was aroused from sleep recently by words you never want to hear: “Mom, there has been a crash.” This was real. I jumped out of bed, my heart pounding, as my daughter cried. Her boyfriend was driving home from […]

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