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SAFETY EYEWEAR

Mark chose to discuss eyewear safety in the workplace this past Monday, as this is a topic that is extremely important in our facility! To ensure safety in any work area, remember to check your work s read the full story..

THE RIPPLE EFFECT

This week Mark focused on the importance of safety awareness in the work place.  To sum up this week’s Safety Talk, our decisions at work directly affect those around us, a phenomenon otherwise kno read the full story..

THE FATAL FOUR

As Mark was out this morning, Jeff took the floor to discuss the work places’ “Fatal Four.”  To demonstrate the dangers of the ‘Fatal Four,’ Jeff provided some statistics from 2014 read the full story..
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BLOOD PRESSURE

Monday, May 29th,  Mark discussed the risk of heart disease during our weekly Safety Talk.  Some of the common factors that contribute to heart disease are: Smoking Obesity High Blood Pressure Seden read the full story..

SAFETY BBQ

So, we had to hold off on the celebrations of NAOSH week for a little bit because sometimes it is hard to get everybody in the same place at the same time.  But on May 16th, we managed to gather the read the full story..

NAOSH BREAKFAST: 2017

BWS was invited, along with many other local employers to kick off NAOSH Week with an informative breakfast.  This is an activity after own own hearts, we celebrate everything over a meal! The way al read the full story..

POTENTIAL ENERGY

Today Mark spoke to the staff on a slightly different level; potential energy. Kinetic energy is usually what we are able to feel: Wind Electrical Sounds and/or vibrations Those types of risks are mor read the full story..
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DISTRACTIONS

In the work place, there are constant distractions, so this week, Mark took the staff aside and spoke to them about the many hazards of a distracted coworkers. Mark highlighted housekeeping as a major read the full story..
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PASS IN ON

This week during the Safety Talk, Mark took a bit of a different approach.  We had a number of new staff join our team today, so he thought it best to go over some general housekeeping information to read the full story..

PUSH DON’T PULL

Save your back, your arms, shoulders and heels!  That was the message of this morning’s Safety Talk with Mark.  What was he talking about?  Using a pallet truck. Mark encouraged the staff to read the full story..