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COVID-19 and Workplace Injuries: What’s the Connection?

Physical deconditioning due to inactivity leads to reduced cardiovascular health, muscle mass and flexibility.


Top Stories

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Access points are the most frequented hazard on any rooftop. Workers are exposed to this risk twice—every time they enter and exit the roof—to perform tasks. Protect them with a self-closing Kee Gate. Watch this short video to learn more.

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Backlog Hinders OSHA’s Handling of COVID-19 Complaints

The Office of Inspector General offers advice for addressing the increase in whistleblower cases as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.


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What Should the Presidential Candidates Do to Keep the Workplace Safe?

With the U.S. Presidential elections coming up, the nation’s safety leaders weigh in on the topics of most concern to them.


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Registering will provide you access to 20+ sessions, keynotes, workshops, & exciting giveaways. Featuring 5 different conference tracks: Safety & Risk Management, Compliance, Construction, Safety Technology & Fleet Safety.

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How to Prevent New Hires from Backing Out of Onsite Work During a Pandemic

Make it clear to new hires how you’ve made employee safety a top priority.


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Training Like It's 1999: Tips for More Effective Safety Training

Don't be afraid to innovate when it comes to keeping workers safe.


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This webinar, held October 15, will highlight the risks often overlooked by employers with respect to worker safety, and what steps can be taken to develop a robust safety program.

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Majority of States Lack Strong COVID Testing, But Some Are On Track

A new report uncovers that 39 states are not going far enough to protect citizens and this inconsistent approach has "jeopardized safety – and may have imperiled it for years to come."


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