Safe Supervisor Newsletter February 2017
7 Tips for Staying Safe on the Ice
Although we generally tell workers to avoid ice on the job lest they slip and fall, some workers simply can’t avoid the ice because of the nature of their jobs. For example, workers may need to cross over ice covers on lakes, rivers, ponds, etc. by foot or vehicle to get to a worksite. Some may even need to work on the ice itself.
Factsheet Explains Importance of Root Cause Analysis in Incident Investigations
When a safety or environmental incident occurs in your workplace, you must investigate it. But the approach you take in that investigation can determine how effective you are at preventing similar incidents from happening in the future.