Tag Archives: workplace safety

Member Spotlight: Summit Fire & EMS

Dedication is at the core of everything that Summit Fire & EMS does. They are our latest district tapped for a Member Spotlight.

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Safety Hero: Anthony Vossler of Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District

Read about the big impact Anthony Vossler has at Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District.

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Safety Hero: Jeff Duda of Clifton Sanitation

Read about the first person to be named a CSD Safety Hero and how you can nominate your district’s superstar.

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Member Spotlight: 2018 Safety District of the Year

Read why Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation was named the CSD Safety District of the Year

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2017 CSD Pool Safety District of the Year

This year, we recognize Clifton Sanitation District for their efforts. They have fostered a safety culture where everyone’s voices are heard, and continue to demonstrate how safety comes first in all aspects of their organization

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Noise: The Insidious Hazard that is Often Missed

Most workplace hazards are obvious. A sharp edge on a tool, a flame from a torch, and an open trench are all recognizable as dangers, and instinct helps us avoid them. But one of the most potentially damaging hazards is one that most workers don’t even notice.

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Safety Committees The What and Why (Part 3 of 3) feat. Eagle River Water and Sanitation District

Safety committees can be highly effective channels for delivering safety information as well as encouraging feedback and suggestions from your entire workforce. But some of the most well-intentioned safety committees fall far short of management’s expectations–usually for one of several common reasons.

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Falling Employees = Rising Prices

Reduce Your Workers’ Comp Costs Using Our New Free Guide Each new year brings with it a host of changes and new challenges, but it also offers an opportunity to reflect on ways your district can make improvements. With workers’ compensation costs steadily increasing in recent years, now is the time to explore ways to Read More

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District Feature: Douglas County Libraries

Douglas County Libraries see a total of nearly 1.9 million visitors pass through the doors of their six branches each year. With so many visitors, each of their 312 employees shares a responsibility to promote and maintain a safe, healthy environment for visitors and staff.

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January is the EPA’s National Radon Action Month

Radon is a form of ionizing radiation and a proven carcinogen. This odorless, tasteless and invisible gas is produced by the decay of naturally occurring uranium in soil and water. The only known effect on human health from exposure to radon in air is lung cancer, and in the United States, exposure to radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

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