Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

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.

If your work involves driving in winter you need to take steps to ensure safety before hitting the road.

Overexposure to toxic metals, often referred to as “heavy metals” can be extremely hazardous in certain industries.

Winter months can be dangerous for those working outdoors but there are a number of measures that can be taken to guard against the hazards of cold stress.

When working outdoors in winter, the first line of defense against the elements is to dress properly for the cold.

Nail guns can significantly increase the speed at which a job gets done due to their ease of use and lightning fast operation.

Lifting heaving objects is one of the leading causes of injuries in the workplace, resulting in missed days from work and potentially long-term health issues.