Ticks carry viruses and bacteria. Their bites can cause, for instance, Lyme disease. What measures can be taken to prevent tick bites?
This infographic lists safety tips for the most common ways of getting around in the winter months.
Will you be carrying out work on hot summer days? The message is: handle hazardous products with care and protect employees.
Working with electrical installations involves risks. This includes things like overheating, fire, or electric shocks when touched. Therefore, only employees with a BA4 or BA5 certificate may perform work with or on installations. You draw up this legally required certificate yourself. Here’s how to do that.
The rise in teleworking has led to more serious work accidents occurring at home. As an employer, how do you help prevent these accidents?
When is an accident during telework considered an occupational accident? Much depends on when and where the incident occurs.
A final safety check before you start (maintenance) work. It’s a piece of cake with the LMRA safety procedure. But how do you do that?
Restorative sleep is crucial to getting through the working day in a concentrated and active way. American and European studies show that tired employees are up to 55% less productive and 20% more absent than their well-rested colleagues. Sleep-deprived workers are also more likely to have an accident at work. High time for a wake-up call!
The use of lithium-ion batteries in offices has risen sharply in recent years. These rules will keep any risks of short circuits and fires to a minimum.
While snow can be beautiful and fun to play in, frosty conditions and extreme temperatures cause treacherous roads, slipping hazards, and can have a major impact on our health.