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Preventing slips, trips, and falls on stairs

Posted by Kristin Bowen on Oct 25, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  We tend to agree, especially when it comes to slips, trips, and falls, as they make up the majority of general industry accidents.  According to OSHA, slips, trips and falls account for 15% of all accidental deaths, just second to motor vehicle accidents.  They total 25% of reported general industry accident claims each year. In addition, over 17% of disabling occupational injuries result from falls.  Most could’ve been prevented.

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Managing Slip and Fall Claims in Your Store

Posted by Brian Kiley on Nov 26, 2014 8:27:00 AM

Slips and falls are two of the most common claims in high-traffic retail environments.  

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Protect Your Retail Business This Holiday Season

Posted by Brian Kiley on Oct 31, 2014 12:08:29 PM

With the holidays quickly approaching, many retail stores look forward to the extra boost in sales this busy season brings. Unfortunately, the extra busyness of the season can sometimes cause problems for store owners. Here are some tips to help get retail stores through the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. 

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How Safe is Your Parking Lot?

Posted by Brian Kiley on Oct 29, 2014 3:10:48 PM

A major concern of any retail business is accidents in the parking lot. The accidents can be vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-building/ property, or slips and falls by customers and vendors.

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Risks and Safety Plans for Auto Part Stores

Posted by Brian Kiley on Aug 22, 2014 2:05:00 PM

I’m just the owner of an auto parts store. How much risk do I really have in my business?

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Off-The-Job and Home Safety Hazards

Posted by Daniel Wilson on Jun 28, 2013 3:08:00 PM

It occurred to me recently that, as safety professionals, we often focus our attention only on workplace-related risks, hazards, and controls. While we certainly need to focus our attention on workplace safety, we must also remember that employees have lives outside of work. I’ve seen a number of employers who, with the help of safety professionals, provide their employees with information, presented both at meetings and in print, about safety at home.

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