Resources for Advancing Your Safety Journey
National Safety Month may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean you can relax your workplace safety efforts. The NSC’s final topic this year is “Advance Your Safety Journey.” We’ve long said safety is a culture that needs to permeate a company from the top down. In this post, we’ll review some of the resources we’ve created to help you develop your safety culture on your safety journey.
Visit Our Safety Blog
We started our Connected Knowledge Blog back in 2016. Since then, we’ve covered a wide variety of safety topics. Our Safety Specialists, Qualified Safety Sales Professionals (QSSP), and OSHA-Certified Trainers write informative blogs to help you on your safety journey from compliance to prevention and beyond. Whether you need help interpreting OSHA guidelines or developing your safety program, we’ve got you covered.
Keep Safety in Check
We all know safety is important, but did you know that OSHA can charge up to $13,260 per violation? And it’s not just a financial issue. Comprehensive safety programs keep workers healthy and whole. The first step to improving workplace safety is assessing your current situation—and we created a workbook to help you do just that as you navigate your safety journey.
Our DIY Safety Check Workbook will help you assess your current situation. This 32-page booklet even includes blank checklists so that you can include your organization-specific lists.
Learn to Prevent Accidents and Incidents
Knowledge is prevention. Learn how to prevent injuries with our 28-page workplace safety guide. Developed by our specialists and trainers, this collection of safety tips covers the fatal four, OSHA’s top ten, and more.
Learn how to keep your workers healthy and whole and further your safety journey with our Prevention & Safety Guide. It’s about cause and effect—identifying the causes of fatalities and serious injuries and preventing the devastating effects.
Make Fall Safety Top Priority
Fall safety is critical to any safety journey. Nearly a third of all workplace injuries and fatalities result from slips, trips, and falls. Almost all these accidents could have been prevented with appropriate safety measures in place.
Packed with valuable information from our OSHA-certified trainers, our Fall Safety Guide is designed to help you protect workers while improving safety practices and avoiding hefty fines.
We Can Help You on Your Safety Journey
There’s no better resource we can offer than the knowledge, advice, and expertise of our Safety Specialists, Qualified Safety Sales Professionals (QSSP), and OSHA-Certified Trainers. And they’re all on hand to help make your safety journey smooth as you work to maintain and improve your facilities. Contact us today!