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Ergonomics - How to Prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD’s) continue to be at the top of the list for work-related injuries so it makes sense that MSD’s are the most frequently reported work-related causes of lost or restricted work time.

Musculoskeletal Disorders are a.

Improve your Safety Program through your Incident Investigation Procedure

As hard as employers try to prevent work-related injuries, they still happen.  Hopefully, the injuries are minor.  Even so, an employer should have a procedure in place to investigate the root cause of the incident and implement corrective actions. .

4 Steps to Good Work Instructions in your Document Control System


Successful businesses have established standards to meet their customer’s needs and wants.  It doesn’t matter if the business is service oriented or product producing.  The quality of your service or product must be consistent.  Consistency can.

Employers must post OSHA injury, illness summary by Feb. 1


Beginning February 1st employers must post in the workplace their OSHA Form 300A ( Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses).

The completed summary must remain posted through April 30, 2019. Form 300A summarizes work-related injuries.

SafeLink Presents at LMT Lab Day Chicago Event 2019

LMT Magazine will hold its Lab Day Chicago 2019 event February 21 - 23, 2019. SafeLink Consulting to present an OSHA safety course and two FDA regulatory training courses for the dental laboratory.

Proper Removal of PPE for Infection Control

Preventing the spread of infection is a constant duty for workers who have potential exposure to infectious materials in the workplace.  Routine and complete surface cleaning and disinfection are vital, especially with the impressive survival rates of.

Building a Quality Improvement Team


Perfecting your product and better serving your customers is the end result of a quality improvement team (QIT). A QIT should consist of a group of multi-skilled employees who will be charged with this responsibility. The QIT will assist in.

Top 30 Pedestrian & Driver Safety Tips for a Frightfully Fun Halloween


U.S. pedestrian fatalities is the highest in 26 years according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). On average, a pedestrian was killed nearly every 1.5 hours in traffic crashes in 2016.

The National Center for Health.

Protect Your Workers and Your Business by Fighting the Flu

It’s obvious when the flu vaccine is ready since signs begin to appear at drug stores.  Businesses should begin planning their actions to prevent influenza illness when the season arrives. Mark your calendar for December 2-8, 2018 which is National.

OSHA Civil Penalties Will Continue to Increase

The U.S. Department of Labor publishes the final rules for civil monetary penalties that can be assessed or enforced by various government agencies.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s civil penalties are adjusted each year according.