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Why Employee Engagement is the Key to Unlocking Safety Program Performance

How is your safety program performing?  Is it delivering the ROI you expected? Are you meeting your incident reduction targets? If the answer is no, then it isn’t necessarily because...

Chainsaw Safety: A Guide to Training, Hazards, and Inspections

Chainsaws are one of the most frequently used power tools on the market. They’re also one of the most dangerous because chainsaw safety is incredibly complicated. Each year, 36,000 people...

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Safesite’s Step-by-Step Guide to Safety Program Digitization

Safety program digitization can be a daunting task for any type or size company, especially with the variety of solutions available on the market. The ROI for safety program digitization...

How to Talk to Teams About Workplace Violence Prevention

In the U.S., workplace violence statistics paint a tragic picture: Workplace violence affects two million workers each year 9% of worker deaths in 2017 were by some form of violence...

4 Things Standing in the Way of Diversity in Construction

The topic of diversity is increasingly popular in the construction industry. Whether it’s executive teams talking about future visions and leadership opportunities or hiring managers looking for new talent in...

The ROI of Safesite for Your Construction Company

Very often, leaders think of safety programs as a form of cost avoidance. While it’s true that a safety failure is expensive, there’s a real opportunity for short-, mid-, and...

6 Steps for Building a Safety Meeting Library from Scratch

Safety meetings serve many purposes, from hazard communications to demonstrating corrective behaviors. As with any meeting, it always helps to have an agenda or template to make sure you cover...

What is Total Worker Health® (TWH)?

Over the last few years, you’ve inevitably noticed “safety” take on an expanded meaning. We no longer worry about chemical, biological, or ergonomic hazards alone. The safety profession increasingly thinks...
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