According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 172 Texans died in 2018 due to drowsy driving or falling asleep at the wheel. Encourage your employees… Read More »Drowsy Driving Prevention Week is November 3-10
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For the ninth consecutive year, Fall Protection – General Requirements is OSHA's most frequently cited standard, the agency and Safety+Health announced Tuesday at the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo.
Harvest season brings with it more farm related traffic to rural Texas roads. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries for 2017, there were 16 transportation related deaths in Texas farm and ranching industries.
Most golf cart injuries occur when someone is thrown from the vehicle, involved in a rollover accident, or struck by a golf cart. With these accidents in mind, here are some golf cart safety tips for the workplace.
Free Educational Webcast EVENT INFO Tuesday, September 10th 1:00 PM Central Duration: 1 hour FEATURED SPEAKERS Jill SchultzTransportation EditorJ. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Tom BrayTransportation ConsultantJ. J. Keller &… Read More »Driver Training: Back to the Basics
This white paper looks at key trends in high-dollar workers’ compensation indemnity claims and how employers can strategically apply best practices to minimize losses.
The U.S. property/casualty industry is expected to report that 2018 was its third consecutive year with an underwriting loss. A new A.M. Best analysis projects… Read More »A.M. Best Sees $12 Billion P/C Insurance Underwriting Loss for 2018
Frustrated by the state of sensor platforms for tracking jobsite conditions, Mark Bryant set out to build his own. He reasoned that anyone could cobble… Read More »Mark Bryant: Bringing Smarter Technology to Jobsite Monitoring, One Cloud-Linked Sensor at a Time