INVO PEO recently received the Workers’ Compensation (WC) Risk Management Best Practices Certification from the Certification Institute (CI). The WC Risk Management Best Practices Certification program was developed to provide independent professional verification that INVO PEO’s risk management program is meeting proven insurance industry risk management best practices to reduce work-related accidents and health exposures and […]
Has your company adopted the new OSHA rules for slip, trip, and fall hazards? In January 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) introduced a new set of guidelines for employers to follow in regards to identifying slip, trip, and fall hazards around the workplace.
No matter what industry you work in, you face a variety of safety hazards every day. Having the ability to identify these situations and know what workplace safety tips to follow to protect yourself.
How confident are you in your company’s workplace safety plan? Is it a glossy document that no one reads much less follows? Was it thrown together to satisfy someone else such as a demand in a bidding process? Or is it a program that is alive as evidenced by the safe behaviors of your employees?
As much as we try to avoid them, accidents happen. This is why it is important to make sure your company has an effective workplace safety policy. However, that policy goes out of the window if you fail to follow all the procedures outlined within.
With the summer season comes employers adding summer help in the form of young workers and those new employees come with some extra risks.