Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

Approximately 95,000 employees are injured every year while operating powered industrial trucks -- and approximately 100 of these injuries result in death.

Chemical burns, respiratory problems, fires and explosions can all result from failure to recognize the hazards associated with chemicals in the workplace.

As businesses start to reopen after closures from COVID19, it is essential to excerise appropriate protocol to ensure the safety of workers and customers.

If your business is reopening or preparing to reopen, it is crucial that a well thought out plan is in place to keep workers and customers safe and healthy.

If you are an essential worker during this time, it is critical that you take steps to protect yourself on the job from novel coronavirus and other infections.

Protecting the eyes in an important safeguard in preventing exposure to infectious diseases.

COVID19 is reinforcing the need for workplaces to follow good hygiene practices to help keep workers safe.

Over half of all ladder accidents happen because the ladder's placement is unsafe.

Respiratory illnesses can occur from a number of factors in the workplace including exposure to silica, asbestos, and beryllium to name must a few.

Among the most common and costly work-related health issues are repetitive strain injuries. According to U.S.