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Sam Steel has spent more than 30 years developing, delivering and evaluating agricultural industry safety and health programs. Contact Sam for free advice on all safety-related questions including topics like OSHA policies, checklist, safety advice and he has bi-lingual resources to share as well. NALP members, click here to contact Sam.
Working in the heat of summer can cause lawn and landscape workers to become sick from occupational heat exposure if proper preventative measures are not taken. There are a range of heat-related illnesses that can affect anyone regardless of their age, physical condition, or experience working in the heat. Most outdoor fatalities, 50 to 70 […]
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Implementing a mobility and stretch routine at your company can help your business and employees on a number of different levels. Body activation Starting the day off with a mobility and stretch routine can help employees prepare for the day ahead by activating their bodies before physical activity. Creating consistency with the program will allow […]
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Accidents happen but how you respond can affect insurance premiums and how quickly your employee is back to feeling 100 percent. “Getting information to your Workers’ Compensation claims handler as soon as possible allows them to get to work much quicker providing the oversight and management your employee needs while injured,” says Drew Garcia, VP […]
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