Workplace safety topics and tips
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Mapping your Total Worker Health® journey
This interactive eLearning module breaks down the steps for integrating health and safety at your organization. Watch success stories and practice the process for yourself.
Duration 60 minutes | Watch now
Mapping your Total Worker Health® journey handout
5 to stay alive: at work
Gathering the supplies you'll need in an emergency doesn't have to be complicated. Start with these five essentials-for work, home, car, and school-then expand on your kits as time allows.
View individual segments.
Print emergency essentials lists.
Office stretches [PDF]
Prevent fatigue, discomfort, and musculoskeletal disorders caused by seated office work with these stretching exercises.
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.
Are you ready for an emergency? What’s holding you back?
From a flat tire to a house fire to a major earthquake or flood, emergencies happen when you least expect them. Will you be ready?
5 ways to make your fall safer [video]
Follow these easy tips to avoid injury while doing common fall activities—or while you’re at work.
We love fall, but fall doesn't always love us back.
Taking ag safety on the road: Free SAIF seminars start Oct. 28
Farm work is a whole lot safer than it used to be. But as far as we’re concerned, even one injury or illness is too many.
SAIF recognized as “stellar” Total Worker Health affiliate
The Stellar Affiliate Award is for outstanding commitment, engagement, and service to the TWH approach.
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.
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