Near misses can help you prevent safety incidents but only if you know about them. Use these tips to encourage workers to report these “almost” incidents.
Four workers get into a verbal dispute that ends up turning violent. Which, if any of them, should be fired?
Adapt this model exposure control plan to protect workers designated as “first aid attendants” or “first aiders” from exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
This workplace—and worker—are covered in plaster dust. What kinds of safety hazards does this dust pose?
Don’t make the mistake an Ontario hospital made by ignoring safety hazards your JHSC has identified.