Doorway hazards

Studies have shown that when a door closes, it can generate around 40 tons of pressure per square inch at the hinge area.

Resource articles on driving safety

Why and how to support driver's safety.

Restaurant fire hazards

Only through properly training employees and following OSHA’s fire safety standards can a restaurant owner protect employees and customers from danger.

Best practices for business enforcement of mobile device use policy

Creation of a company policy regarding wireless device use by those operating vehicles while working is crucial in protecting the company from claims arising out of accidents involving mobile device use

Avoiding intersection collisions

Intersections can be a dangerous place for drivers as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. They may range from complicated expressway interchanges to simple, rural right-angle crossroads.

Countermeasures to reduce vehicle crashes

According to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 80 percent of crashes and 65 percent of near-crashes involved some form of driver inattention within three seconds before the event.

Beep, beep! Don’t let a deer hit your car, van, or jeep.

Recommendations to reduce your chances of a crash.

Seven steps to help you improve driver safety

Help lessen auto crashes and other related risks by using these seven risk management practices.

Driver selection and evaluation

Whether driving is a full-time responsibility or incidental to your employee’s job duties, it is important that you take precautions to ensure the quality of every employee (or volunteer) that will be driving for your organization.

What a difference 5 mph makes!

Many accidents involve speeding, or traveling too fast for road conditions. When transporting children, it is highly recommended that you travel at least 5 mph below the posted speed limit.