Fire Prevention Month
Fire Prevention Week just ended but many safety and health professionals pay extra attention to fire prevention for the whole month of October. A put together a collection of fire safety training activities that I sell on my website but for a limited time, I am offering a free download of this ebook in honor of fire safety month. If you have not taken advantage of this offer yet, click here to get your free download. (I’m taking it down at the end of this week).
If you use any of the activities, I’d love to hear how your trainees like them. I’m always looking for your feedback and ideas for creating future activities. Thanks and Happy Training!
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It’s that time of year again when OSHA unveils their top citations. Although the safety and health world is moving away from focusing so much on compliance, “the top ten” can still be used to highlight areas and programs in the workplace that may need extra attention. The “top ten” for 2023 has not changed much from previous years. The same ten standards are still in this year’s top ten but the order has changed slightly. The infographic below shows OSHA’s most recent “Top Ten.”