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Make Safety a Priority – Now and in the Future
June marks the beginning of National Safety Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness of and sharing resources for workplace safety. According to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more than 2.6 million recordable injuries and illnesses in the private industry in 2021 and 5,190 fatal work injuries in 2021, up 8.9% from 2020.
Workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities are preventable, and numerous resources are available to ensure you have a comprehensive workplace safety program implemented. Here are just a few:
The post highlights the benefits of using the ChekVolt® system, which allows users to test for absence of voltage and provides voltage presence LED indication without opening enclosure doors, reducing the risk of arc flash or shock hazard, and improving safety and productivity.
Learn how Rockwell Automation’s® GuardLink™ technology can allow all types of safety devices to be placed on a single series line and still achieve Performance Level 'e' without the risk of fault masking. By using GuardLink, you can simplify your safety installations, increase efficiency, and improve overall safety.
Machine safety is an important topic whenever you have moving hazards like motors and conveyors. This post will discuss using trapped key interlocks and access/control locking modules.
Safety is critical in every industry at every workplace. Our collection of workplace safety checklists can help protect your employees and ensure you meet basic standards.
During internal safety inspections, you can use the Safety Checklists in this workbook to identify potential hazards. These tools will help you evaluate your current situation and prevent future incidents and injuries.
Our safety workbook is by no means all-inclusive. You should skip pages that don’t apply to your facility and supplement pages to address topics specific to your operations.
Consider this book your high-level safety course for keeping workers safe in warehouse workspaces. From ergonomics to machine safety to disaster preparedness, there are a lot of precautions to take.
Accidents are avoidable. While it’s true that accidents happen, most of the time, they don’t have to. With the right knowledge, practices, and equipment, most workplace accidents are preventable. This guide is designed to provide the information you need to help you prevent the deadliest types of incidents as well as rectify the types of working conditions that can cause both acute injuries and chronic conditions.
Whether employees are working at height or walking down an office hallway, slips, trips, and falls happen in workplaces across every industry.
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