Tag Archives: PPE

One Size Does Not Fit All

Our eyes are important parts of our lives. People rely heavily on visual information to complete even the most mundane tasks like making breakfast or navigating your way to work. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reported that there are roughly 2,000 eye injuries every day in the United States.

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Beware Poisonous Snakes When Working Outdoors this Summer

From exposure to extreme temperatures and harmful UV rays, inclement weather, vector-borne diseases, and a whole host of poisonous plants and animals to worry about, it’s important for district employees to know their risks when working outdoors this summer. Perhaps none of these threats send a shiver down the spine quite like the threat of a potentially deadly snake bite.

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Better Discipline for Safety Violations

Even if they were not mandated by law, workplace safety programs benefit workers and employers alike by reducing the number of injuries, enhancing productivity, and even improving the quality of work performed. When everyone knows and follows the rules, everyone benefits from a safer workplace.

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New Group Purchase Vendor: Red Wing Shoes

We are adding another vendor to our Group Purchase Program. Pool members are now eligible to receive 15% off at Red Wing Shoes company stores in Colorado. This discount is on top of the 50% reimbursement available through the Safety and Loss Prevention Grant Program.

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Using NFPA 70E to Guide Your Electrical Safety Program

The NFPA 70E standard focuses on the safety of workers exposed to electrical hazards including electric shock, arc flash, and arc blast. OSHA’s general duty clause calls upon employers to furnish a place of employment free from recognized hazards that can cause death or serious physical harm, and what’s outlined in NFPA 70E addresses those issues as they relate to electricity.

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