Safety Speaker “I’ve got your back, even if you don’t like it!” Data recorded by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2017 showed the number of claims for serious back injuries to be 148,780. In addition, there were 311,330 claims
Safety Speaker How a Safety Speaker can benefit your Organization. Ensuring the safety of the employees, as well as the premises, is one of the primary components of running a successful organization. It is not merely about wearing the right
Safety Speaker Mike Hourigan Workplace safety is a concern whether your employees require tactical gear or a desk and computer. And ensuring that workplaces are kept safe isn’t limited solely to regulations for uniforms and equipment in more physical jobs.
In this three-part series, Safety Speaker Mike Hourigan will be examining everyday decisions that affect workplace safety. Part 3: Last time, we got into workplace safety and why fostering an organizational culture that prioritizes employee safety and inclusion is one of
In this three-part series, Safety Speaker Mike Hourigan will be examining everyday decisions that affect workplace safety. Part 2: Last time, we got into how managers often face risky decisions when it comes to workplace safety. There's concerns not just
In this three-part series, Safety Speaker Mike Hourigan will be examining everyday decisions that affect workplace safety. Part 1: Workplace safety isn't solely about making sure the right tools and protective gear are on hand and staying compliant with all
Workplace safety is of utmost importance when you're dealing with dangerous chemicals in labs or raw materials likely to hurt people on construction sites. There's federal and state regulations to comply with along with additional safety protocols set by management.
Good communication may be paramount to understanding and absorbing the safety message. But what's also incredibly important for good communication skills is being a good listener. When it comes to workplace safety in particular, people may think about physical protections
What a Safety Speaker Wants You to Know: It's About the Names, Not the Numbers Let's be honest: safety regulations aren't exactly the most exciting topic. Whether your audience wears hard hats or only marginally comes into contact with dangerous
Having both a culture that prioritizes workplace safety and a literal safe workplace are very important. Safety skills training is an important investment in insuring that every work environment from factory floors and design studios has the lowest likelihood of