It’s been a rough mental health year for a lot of people. Americans who have suffered job losses or strained wages are at additional stress. So what happens when all those workers return to the workplace? Continue Reading When more people return to work, are we at a higher or lower risk of workplace violence?
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Workplaces with a culture of safety strive to get there. There are ways to make your workplace among the safest in your state, region, or the US. Continue Reading How to Become One of the Safest Places to Work
As the Corona Virus spreads, just being ill from anyone poses significant risks to employers, policies, and workers. Over half the time, you’re probably sick from a co-worker. Continue Reading What are the Risks of Coming to Work Sick?
Half of all accidents occur during the first six to twelve months on the job, often at rates 4x higher than older workers. Continue Reading Don’t overlook young and new employee safety and health issues at work
Training offered in-person maximizes value on OSHA certification. Tailored to your work and industry. Continue Reading How much does OSHA certification cost?
VPC and the Indiana Chamber are hosting a workplace violence training this November 13. Continue Reading Vantage Point partners with Indiana Chamber to offer workplace violence training
See the differences between OSHA’s 10 and 30-hour certifications, construction certifications, facilitator options, and limitations. Continue Reading Here are the differences between OSHA 10 and 30-hour courses
After all, if you’re bringing your “A game” to work every day, so should they. And while the employer has some responsibility in providing a safe workplace, everyone has the responsibility to report things that are not safe. It might be simple things like moving equipment out of the way or it might involve processes that can be improved to provide a more seamless safe environment. Continue Reading 7 things people should do for a safe workplace you’re probably not doing right now