Health and Safety Moment - Protecting Your Eyesight
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2,000 U.S. workers each day have a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment. Your eyesight is precious, so what can you do to ensure that you protect it?
Health and Safety Moment - Office Safety
You may think that since you work in an office environment you don’t have to worry about being injured. However, offices can become dangerous because people don’t anticipate the potential hazards, and many people who work in them take their safety for granted
Health and Safety Moment - Safe Work Habits
In most everything we do, we find a “trick” to make the process easier and faster. After we develop these tricks, they become work habits in our everyday activities. Developing everyday safety habits can keep you injury-free through the year. Here are some safe work habits to live by:
Health And Safety Moment - Heat-related Illnesses and First Aid
As the spring turns into summer and more and more people go outside it is important to know the early signs of heat related illness and how to help someone who maybe showing symptoms of heat related illness.
Health And Safety Moment - Insects, Rodents and Snakes
It’s springtime again and outdoor workers are at risk of being stung or bit by all sorts of critters such as mosquitos, bees, wasps, ticks, spiders and of course fire ants. While most stings cause only mild discomfort, some may result in severe allergic reactions that require immediate medical care.
Health and Safety Moment - Cough & Sneeze Etiquette
Hygiene etiquette involves practices that prevent the spread of illness and disease. A critical time to practice good hygiene etiquette is when you are sick, especially when coughing or sneezing.
Serious respiratory illnesses like coronavirus (COVID-19), and influenza are spread by poor hygiene etiquette. These 4 tips will help you practice good hygiene etiquette.
Health and safety moment - Sleep Guidelines During the Covid-19 pandemic
As we adjust to stay-at-home orders and try to remain healthy, focusing on a good night’s sleep offers tremendous benefits.
Research shows that sleep is critical to the physical health and effective functioning of your immune system. It’s also a key promoter of emotional wellness and mental health, helping to decrease stress, depression, and anxiety. These five guidelines are proven to keep you well-rested and ready for anything.