The more productive you can be working from home, the better. Not just to show your employer that it’s both possible and beneficial. But also to give you more time with your family. If you can get your work done in a few hours instead of eight, then you have more time with the family.
Do you love dogs? We love dogs! (That’s Bunny in her power pose, accompanied by Chili in the background and Oakley checking out the course.) Whether you’re a safety manager, quilter, DJ, teacher, wedding planner or anything else, you probably have a furry little friend at home.
We talk a lot about safety on our blog! It’s important for everyone. Most of our EHS management clients think about the physical safety of themselves and their workers... Online safety is key too, whether you’re in safety management or you’re a DJ or a quilter or office worker trying to make your space ergonomic. January 28 is Data Privacy Day, which means it’s a terrific time to review your online security.
Did you know that December is Stress-Free Family Holidays month? Now, I don’t know about your family, but holidays aren’t exactly stress-free in mine! However, there are ways to reduce the stress around this time of year. 1. Get a move on! If you’ve been reading our articles, you know that we are BIG [...]
It’s the holiday season and lots of us host parties during this time of year. Fortunately there are ways to keep you, your party helpers, and guests safe! 1. Safety-proof your house beforehand Pretty much everyone loves a party! And some people are probably going to party a little too hard, in all honesty. [...]
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 [...]
In this day and age, we do a lot of repetitive tasks. Not only at work, but at home too. Ergonomic design, which helps people stay healthy as they perform tasks, isn’t just for workers. Using proper techniques at home can help avoid repetitive stress injuries, like carpal tunnel syndrome. They're bothersome and [...]
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 [...]