Anticipating accidents may help avoid them

Steps to reduce slip and fall/trip and fall accidents.

Distracted driving

Who doesn’t have a cell phone these days? How about an iPad, laptop, gaming device, or GPS? They are an important part of many people’s lives. Yet, they are very dangerous if used while driving.

Foodborne illness prevention

People get sick when they eat food that is contaminated. People can get sick if germs, viruses, pesticides, or cleaning products get into food or drinks they consume.

Strengthening your safety culture

Businesses with strong safety culture tend to experience low levels of risky behavior and low accident rates, turnover and absenteeism, as well as high productivity.

Preventing musculoskeletal injuries in housekeepers

Effective July 1, 2018, lodging establishments in California with employees performing housekeeping tasks are now required to establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written, musculoskeletal injury prevention program (MIPP) that addresses hazards specific to housekeeping.

Refill propane tanks safely

Safety practices for propane tank refill and distribution.

Lightning safety for organized outdoor athletic events

Lightning is the most frequent weather hazard and has impacted athletic events such as baseball, football, lacrosse, skiing, swimming, soccer, tennis, track and field events.