Aging and malfunctioning lunchroom tables can be a major cause of strains and other serious injuries.
Keep Your Teen Workers Safe!
A teen’s first job can be dangerous if employers don’t take the proper precautions to make sure their young workers understand how to properly perform the tasks they are assigned.
Prevent Back Strain with Table Mopping
Many district custodial and food service staff are now using microfiber cleaning systems and a method commonly referred to as “table mopping.”
Here Comes the Sun: Implement Heat Stress Programs by May 1
While sunshine and warm temperatures are a welcome sight, it is important to remember that working outdoors in hot weather is a health hazard.
Local Incident a Good Reminder about Science Laboratory Hazards
Train staff who handle hazardous chemicals and have necessary policies and procedures in place to help them handle unexpected events.
Spring into Safety!
During this time of outdoor repair and replanting, it’s important to remember to follow proper safety procedures.
Carbon Monoxide in Schools
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that may not be noticed by building occupants.
“Magic Carpets” Key to Safety
Entry mats or walk-off mats that allow you to “walk off” debris and wetness minimize slips and falls.
Start the School Year Injury-Free!
Back-to-School Set-Up Safety Checklist.
Back-to-School Safety, Easy As A, B, C
Here are a few easy “A, B, Cs” on how to stay healthy and injury-free throughout the year.