Basic workplace safety tips include training workers on safety procedures; reducing hazards by modifying workplace conditions rather than adding security measures; and performing safety tests and inspections, according t... More »

For free workplace safety signs, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a good resource for businesses. OSHA, a division managed by the United States Department of Labor, has a sign for all companies called... More »

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Safety messages such as “keep all exits clear,” “Caution! Wet floor,” “danger,” “watch your head,” “do not pass under a raised load” and “do not run” are common in workplaces, according to Workers Compensation Fund. Empl... More »

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Information included on a home fire safety plan is similar to the information included on a workplace plan, including identifying potential safety hazards, understanding alarm procedures and knowing evacuation protocol, ... More »

A workplace safety quiz covers information such as the meanings of terms, potential dangers and preventative measures, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration website. Specific questions depend on ... More »

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To handle emergency scenarios in the workplace properly, have an emergency action plan that includes procedures for notifying authorities, an evacuation plan, and procedures and duties of certain employees, states the Oc... More »

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A workplace emergency evacuation plan typically includes designating a chain of command, mapping routes and exits, planning the procedures for evacuating employees and visitors, deciding who remains behind and figuring o... More »

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