Safety and health
Workplace safety topics and tips
Heat rule quick reference card
Actions to take when the heat index hits 80 degrees and when it hits 90 degrees.
The value of the Total Worker Health® approach
This handout helps businesses understand the return on investing in Total Worker Health efforts.
Serious injuries and fatalities (SIF)
Preventing serious injuries and fatalities requires a different approach.
This training series helps leaders at all levels learn the building blocks that support safety culture and boost employee involvement.
Ergopoint® by Humantech® for office ergonomics assessments
SAIF policyholders can use this resource to evaluate their office workstations to ensure neutral postures.
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How to deal with smoke from Oregon wildfires
Smoke from Oregon wildfires can have a major impact on your business and your employees. Here's what you can do to minimize the effects of wildfire smoke. Learn more at http://www.saif.com/wildfires.