professional business people checking at reception
Coffee shop empoyee serving customers
Working in the retail industry means lots of standing and moving. Slip. trip, and fall injuries are quite common as are musculoskeletal injuries. Read more about how to protect your retail workers.
Auto mechanic working on car with hood open
Auto repair workers are exposed daily to potential injury from chemical splashes, fumes, hot surfaces, airborne debris from welding and sanding, and many other risks.
Young electrician technician works in compliance with safety standards in a residential electrical system
Electrical workers are at risk of shock, injury, and electrocution each day on the job. These safety topics offer ways to help your electrical workers reduce their injury risk.
Rescue workers tending to car accident victim on stretcher at back of ambulance
Those who work in the medical profession not only take care of others, they must also take care of themselves. Risks include—but are not limited to—infection exposure, violence, slips, trips, and falls.