September is National Preparedness Month: Keep Workers Safe from Natural Disasters
Hurricane season peaks in September, and wildfires are still burning throughout the Pacific Northwest and from California to Colorado. OSHA urges employers to be prepared to keep their workers safe during extreme weather events. The agency’s Emergency Preparedness and Response webpage provides information on protecting workers before and after hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods, and other natural disasters strike.
The National Safety Council Does Not Believe In Accidents
Check our Initiatives Page for:
- Workplace Safety
- Distracted Driving
- Car Crashes: the #1 Cause of Teen Deaths
- Prescription Drug Abuse
- Safe Communities
DriveitHOME™ offers parents proven ways they can help their teens reduce crash risk while building confidence and skills during the first year of licensure and beyond. We are encouraging you to visit driveithome.org and share the visually-compelling materials and use them to supplement your existing teen driving materials.
DriveitHome resources include easy-to-understand text and videos and parents can sign up to receive daily tips through email and text messages.
12/14 – Lift Truck Operator, Trainer
1/5 – Adult Remedial
1/9 – BWC Luncheon, Incident Investigation, Jim Anderson of Infoquest Ltd.
1/10 – First Aid/CPR, Student
1/11 – DDC-4, Student
1/16 – First Aid CPR AED, Instructor
1/17 – Bloodborne Pathogen, Instructor
1/23 – OSHA Record Keeping
1/24 – Lift Truck Operator, Trainer
1/25 – Aerial Lift, Instructor
2/2 – Adult Remedial
2/7-8 – Flagger Instructor