It’s really hard to watch — but so worth watching. A powerful new video tells the story of a young worker who was badly injured in a restaurant kitchen. Matthew Bowcott was 19 when he slipped on a wet kitchen floor while carrying a big container of boiling cooking oil to a disposal bin. He […]
“Take the time to think about what you are doing and pay attention to the task at hand as if it was your first time,” says Devon Smith, who shares the story of her injury to help others prevent it from happening to them.
Traffic flagger Lindsey Ramsden describes her frustration with “…the people on their cel phones and the people who are too busy trying to get to work too fast to notice that I’m standing right there.”
Please take a moment to think about 52-year-old Amarjit Kaur Bal, 41-year-old Sukhvinder Kaur Punia, and 31-year-old Sarbjit Kaur Sidhu. They died in an overcrowded van in 2007 on their way to work at a farm.
Before you head out in your vehicle this winter, ask yourself: “Are you prepared to be stranded on the side of the road?”
“Consistent reinforcement and communication on important safety topics is one important piece to building an organization’s safety culture.”
Even if you are an Olympic swimmer, you still have a VERY limited time to help yourself if you end up in the water. That’s why it’s important to wear a PFD/life jacket.
A caregiver told me about a very scary experience driving a client who got so agitated that he opened the door of the moving car and jumped out into traffic.
Mark Johnson was only 21 when a workplace accident changed his life forever. Now he shares his story in the hopes of keeping others safe.
In my selfie, I’m armed against fire ants. Post yours on Twitter with hashtags #safetyselfie and #NAOSHWeek May 3-9.