OSHA and the American Worker

The Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970. It was created to provide American workers with the right to a safe workplace. The act helps prevent workers from dying or becoming seriously injured on the job by ensuring that employers provide working conditions that meet industry safety standards. The act created the Occupational […]

Are Your Tires Safe?

When’s the last time you really looked at your vehicle’s tires? Keeping your tires in good condition can prevent automobile accidents, provide better fuel economy, improve handling of your vehicle, and more. Tire Safety Tips Check your tire pressure at least once a month. Be sure to also check the spare—in the event of a […]

Caring for Health Care Workers

Health care workers work daily to help people heal after illnesses and injuries and to keep them healthy with preventative care. But who takes care of the health care workers? The health care worker industry has some of the highest work injury and illness rates in the United States. Health care workers face a number […]