June 2019 Quicktakes

May 31 is National Heat Awareness Day

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OSHA and the National Weather Service will team up on May 31 to encourage employers and workers to recognize the warning signs for heat illness and keep workers safe. Every year, there are dozens of preventable worker deaths and thousands more workers become ill from extreme heat or humid conditions. Visit OSHA’s website for information on the agency’s Heat Illness Prevention Campaign, and the National Weather Service website for heat safety tips and resources.

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View our Safety Incident App to quickly record incidents. Using the Safety-Reports Incident Reporting App greatly reduces the amount of time it takes to document injuries, illnesses and near misses!  Just open the app on your smartphone, tablet or computer and your incidents will be professionally documented in minutes!  Imagine what it would be like to receive incident reports in real-time! 

The Safety Reports Incident App is designed to give your employees a simple tool to quickly and easily report and document incidents and/or near-misses.  This app is so intuitive that little, if any, training is needed for your employees to become experts in documenting incident reports! The simpler the tool, the more likely it is to get used!

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