Washington — The director of NIOSH’s Office for Total Worker Health says employers should think about the physical and mental health needs of their employees returning to the job amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Continue to focus on the supports that workers need most in difficult times,” L. Casey
The news of COVID-19 has and continues to rapidly change. Whether you’ve had to shut down operations or face these unprecedented times in which to work, we as a nation bear a responsibility in helping slow the spread of coronavirus.
That said, what hasn’t changed, nor will it, is our commitment to
Unlike other workplaces, the roadway is not a closed environment. Preventing work-related roadway crashes requires strategies that combine traffic safety principles and sound safety management practices. Although employers cannot control roadway conditions, they can promote safe driving behavior by providing safety information to workers and
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Getting older does not necessarily mean a person's driving days are over. But it’s important to plan ahead and take steps to ensure the safety of your loved ones on the road. NHTSA offers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) enforcement emphasis on the use of proper electrical safety practices based on the National Fire Protection Association 70E standard has brought more attention to its requirements. A great deal of this has focused on the arc flash and
by Tom O'Connor
We are living in unprecedented times, in which much of the nation was locked down for the past several months. This is, of course, to curb the spread of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
While most nonessential workers have stayed home
It can happen in the blink of an eye and without warning; one minute our lives are running smoothly; the next minute we’re in complete chaos as we look at the task that looms ahead of us — recovering from a natural disaster. Electrical contractors
Upon high school graduation, teens have to figure out what to do next. The traditional four-year college/university route is not for everyone. Once students graduate from a four-year institution, they not only walk away with a college degree, but likely a huge amount of student