If your organization subscribes to use Motion Features, you’ll have access to three new functions that make use of a device’s internal accelerometer. These new features bring extra functionality and improved safety measures to the Mobile App. These improved features include Man Down, Fall Detection, and Shake for Emergency, and have been engineered and designed based on your feedback. Continue Reading…
Nov 5, 2012
It was announced this past Saturday that the Saskatchewan government is changing labour regulations for better protection of lone workers in retail and gas stores.
The regulation calls for a check-in system and panic button requirements for all employees working alone in late-night retail establishments.
In addition, Saskatchewan’s Bill 23, which is to go in to effect this Wednesday, will increase penalties for workplace safety violations.
SafetyLine can provide employers with and effective solution to meet the new regulations in a simple manner and cost-efficient manner.
The results are in! The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced for the Fiscal Year 2016, the most frequently cited workplace safety violations. Without further adieu, we are counting down the Top 10 Safety Violations of 2016!
You won’t BELIEVE what came in at Number 1…
If you will be taking your kids Trick-or-Treating, you not only want them to have fun going door to door stocking up on candy, but to stay safe while doing so! Keep in mind these 10 Halloween safety tips to have the best time Trick-or-Treating!
Are you aware of how many of your workers could be using substances on the job? Over 60% of people who have substance abuse problems are employed full time in the United States. Drug use on the job can threaten the safety of the employee and whoever that employee work affects. This poses a risk to employers and the company as a whole.
When your employee is on the job, you want to make sure that they are able to do their job to the best of their ability. In order for that to happen, they can’t be under the influence of illicit drugs, especially when that worker is working alone. When a Lone Worker is intoxicated, the risk related to their job is exacerbated by their altered state of mind, and that can lead to dire consequences. Continue Reading…