Your summertime party might look a little different this year, with coronavirus still stirring up trouble. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun with a (carefully curated) group of friends or your family. Have fun - safely.
We like to help readers stay safe: physically, emotionally, mentally. Know what helps lubricate all these efforts? Hydration! You’ll sleep better, meaning you can pay more attention at work.
We talk a lot about health and safety and things like that in our posts. But what we don’t talk a lot about is that doing things safely can also make things easier. Whether you’re taking care of yourself at work or at home - hopefully both! - you’ll find that safe can be easy. [...]
Today it’s Christmas Eve, for those who celebrate Christmas. Earlier this week, others celebrated the winter solstice. Jewish tradition places Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, around this time of year as well. This time of year (at least in the Northern Hemisphere!) has long been a time to recognize the longest night of the year. [...]
Around Thanksgiving, we like to think about what we’re grateful for. Actually, it’s something to think about all year round, but this time of year tends to bring gratitude into focus. Origin of Thanksgiving When the Pilgrims came over the ocean, they didn’t find the land very hospitable for them. It didn’t have the [...]
A big THANK YOU to all who participated in our survey so far! The answers helped us greatly to find out what kinds of injuries were happening in the warehouse workplace. Safety management survey results have arrived. We sent our survey to those who had responsibility for the safety of their employees. Most [...]
At Lift Your Table®️ folding table risers, we like to keep up with what our clients need and want. Our most recent survey of warehouse safety managers indicated their biggest safety need is training, for workers and for management. Safety culture as a whole The ultimate goal of safety in the workplace is injury-free [...]
Retail safety operations often focus on front of house operations, to keep both workers and customers safe. But what about the back of the house? Injuries in the retail space In 2016, the Bureau of Labor found the most reported injury was overexertion, followed by contact with objects and/or people. Slips, trips and falls [...]