While it is true to an extent that accidents are inevitable, they can be limited. There are measures in place and procedures out there to limit workplace accidents, but are we following them? Here are five reminders and suggestions to keep you as safe as possible on the job.
Last year, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released the 2012 edition of NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® which was full of revisions and updates from previous versions. Unfortunately, several organizations are still struggling with the NFPA 70E revisions. This is as an overview of some of the changes and some highlights from a recent webinar by BLR on the changes.
The investment into workplace safety is an investment into the future of your company and the people that work for you. When you can incorporate safety into your work culture you will have fewer injuries and less business interruption, creating a more efficient environment for your workforce to perform in.