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Prepare your business for wildfire season [PDF]
This handout provides guidance for protecting your workers and your business from wildfire smoke exposure.
Preventing asthma and sensitization associated with isocyanates [PDF]
This bulletin discusses the health hazards and risk of exposure to isocyanates while providing practical ways to control the hazard.
Skin Cancer [PDF]
Fact Sheet | Learn the facts about skin cancer.
As we focus on sharks this week, here’s how to avoid injuries
SAIF has received zero claims related to shark attacks in the last five years, but there is another animal threat many of us haven’t considered.
Prepare your business for Oregon wildfire season
Even if you’re not directly in the danger zone, smoke from wildfires can seriously impact your business and employees. Here’s what you need to know.
Chainsaws aren’t only dangerous in horror movies
New videos from SAIF offer safety tips for chainsaw use at home and work.
Time for a Safety Break pop quiz
5 quick questions to test your workplace safety savvy
Distracted driving: What not to do behind the wheel. (It’s not just texting.)
This Distracted Driving Awareness month, SAIF encourages you to take note of all the things that take your attention off the road.
The simple safety step everyone should know
During Ladder Safety Month, learn the “belt buckle rule” and other tips for preventing painful falls.
A year’s worth of health and safety ideas
Making resolutions is easy. Keeping them is hard. Our new videos, posters, and other tools can help you turn promises into healthy practices.
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise. Here’s one reason why.
Whether you’re on foot or behind the wheel, cell phones pose a dangerous distraction. Learn the rules of the road for safe walking.
4 simple steps that could save your life in an emergency evacuation
In the event of a wildfire, earthquake, tsunami, or other disaster, you may have only minutes to evacuate from work or home. Here are four things you can do right now to be better prepared.
Crave-worthy wellness posters: Collect all six
Finally! A cure for boring bulletin boards and breakrooms
Three things every teen should know before starting a summer job
Limited experience and lack of training put young workers at higher risk for being hurt on the job. These simple tips can help keep them safe.
Take the worry out of workplace training
Our new SAIF Learning Center offers free on-demand trainings customized for your business needs, including automatic tracking and records management. Sign up today.
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Kitchen safety showdown
In SAIF’s sizzling new video series, chefs compete to see who’s got the chops when it comes to avoiding common kitchen hazards, including cuts and burns, strains and falls, and chemicals and equipment.
Colin Sick to save the day
Feeling ill? Follow the advice of our newest flu fighter and stay home to avoid infecting others.
How’s your safety and health program doing?
For Safe + Sound Week, take time to develop your safety committee and follow these easy steps for an injury-free workplace.
For more, see the safety and health guide news archive