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  • drug-free workplace
  • A Drug-Free Workplace Program is intended to keep employees safe and prevent loss for the company. (coggno.com)
  • Over 1,700 companies look to Working Partners® to create the right type of drug-free workplace (DFWP) program for their unique needs. (coggno.com)
  • With our expertise and insight - coupled with our market-driven products and services - Working Partners® can help you tailor a drug-free workplace program that will work for your company. (coggno.com)
  • Led by founder and CEO, Dee Mason, a nationally recognized expert in drug-free workplace issues, Working Partners® is an acknowledged industry leader, endorsed and recognized by the State of Ohio, prominent employer trade/service organizations and other industry entities. (coggno.com)
  • Hazardous
  • This unfortunate incident could have easily been prevented if the employer took the necessary steps to ensure that employees were protected while performing highly-hazardous tasks," said Mark Stelmack, director of OSHA's Wilkes-Barre Area Office. (osha.gov)
  • PhaSeal puts the focus on containing hazardous drugs to prevent leakage, so employees don't have to worry so much about their protective gear. (infectioncontroltoday.com)
  • Some of the other-than-serious violations include failing to properly record injuries and illnesses, provide a written respirator and hazard communications program, maintain required material safety data sheets for each hazardous chemical at the facility, and failing to ensure that each container of hazardous chemicals was properly identified and labeled. (reliableplant.com)
  • improvements
  • Reports should also avoid references to possible criminal issues, discussions of money or the cost of safety improvements, or discussion of the failure to act or delay in addressing deficiencies identified during the audit or investigation. (acc.com)
  • I am holidaying in Bali with my husband again this year, and this time I positively hope to see improvements to workplace safety standards in these areas. (barsec.com.au)
  • worker
  • HealthReach provides qualified staff to assess the job site and offer practical recommendations to improve worker safety and reduce injury costs. (healthreachrehab.com)
  • Employee Well-Being includes employee wellness, but also addresses the psychological well-being of the individual worker, addressing considerations such as worker engagement, choice and control, work-life balance, financial well-being, etc. (knoll.com)
  • State
  • State the actions to take if you become aware of workplace harassment. (bistrainer.com)
  • They are now in the process of fighting back and reclaiming their state from liberal politicians, greedy public employee unions, and a morbidly obese state government. (pjmedia.com)
  • Currently, state employees are covered by civil service, but most local government employees are not, and no public school employees are. (pjmedia.com)
  • Many risk managers and safety officers now working in state or local government have had no formal training in risk control (loss prevention and loss control). (virginia.gov)
  • Need information on how this program can assist you and your agency to comply with the Governor's Executive Order 109: Workplace Safety and Employee Health and with other federal and state safety mandates? (virginia.gov)
  • Sadly
  • Sadly, much of what has been called "workplace strategy" in recent years has been more about cutting costs than supporting people, frequently to the detriment of the latter. (knoll.com)
  • We are well aware of the lack of road and personal safety which sadly is a common theme in these countries. (barsec.com.au)
  • standards
  • If your company is held to any number of accredited national or international safety standards, the expectation is your business must operate under a variety of procedures and practices. (automationmag.com)
  • By aligning the common elements of all safety standards, it's possible to set up a compliance process to work from one system. (automationmag.com)
  • comply
  • This approach encourages commitment, accountability and responsibility and creates a much more motivating environment than being forced to comply with safety rules out of obligation or fear of reprimand. (automationmag.com)
  • search
  • Ask them how they want to create their own safety system and account for the results and search for opportunities to bring them into the fold. (automationmag.com)
  • circumstances
  • Furthermore, it cannot be assumed that every acceptable safety method is included in this article or that specific circumstances may not require additional methods or alternative safety suggestions. (nationwide.com)
  • The agreement contains individual flexibility arrangements and other clauses to enable remuneration and conditions to be tailored for individual employees in particular circumstances. (ag.gov.au)
  • benefits
  • We are now, courtesy of liberal tax-and-spend policies, lavish public employee pensions and benefits, and the same sort of Madison fuzzy math used by our former governor to saddle us with soaring deficits. (pjmedia.com)
  • In and of themselves they constitute protections and benefits real-world employees do not have. (pjmedia.com)
  • make
  • First, companies should involve either in house or outside counsel at the very beginning of the audit or investigation of a significant incident, and should make clear to all employees involved that the audit or investigation is being conducted at the direction of legal counsel. (acc.com)
  • Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and its employees make no guarantee of results and assume no liability in connection with any suggestions or information contained herein. (nationwide.com)
  • We also have to view it as part of patient safety, and I think we should start spending some resources to figure out how we can make the physician workplace more user-friendly. (medscape.com)
  • company
  • The consequences of disrespectful behaviour for employees and the company can be devastating. (bistrainer.com)
  • Many companies permit their employees to use personal mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to access company-specific information, such as email, under a Bring Your Own Device ("BYOD") policy. (jdsupra.com)
  • Learn how your company can prepare to act quickly and strategically to protect important relationships, information and trade secrets at the time that a key employee leaves. (jdsupra.com)
  • fire
  • Together with Fire & Safety Australia , we are a national provider of safety training services. (nsca.org.au)
  • The name NSCA & other NSCA brands & logos are trademarks of Fire and Safety Australia Pty Ltd & are used under licence. (nsca.org.au)
  • time
  • I'm not sure what's best, and maybe one size does not fit all, but it's time to really build a safety net so that we keep our workforce functioning and we keep physicians at their careers and doing a good job-not making mistakes, not being indifferent to patients, and not harming themselves. (medscape.com)
  • At the same time, worldwide employee engagement levels are staggeringly low. (knoll.com)
  • But since being a part of the Barrier Group team, what I noticed more each time I traveled was the lack of workplace safety. (barsec.com.au)
  • management
  • By having as little bureaucracy as possible in your management system, employees gain a better understanding of what is expected and conduct themselves accordingly. (automationmag.com)