Mark, a software engineer, was entering work on a brisk day in January 2012 when he slipped and fell in the parking lot due to black ice. Mark felt a pop in his knee and immediately sought medical attention. His doctor diagnosed him with a strained knee and recommended that he stay home for two weeks (example only, this does not reflect actual events).
In 2012, 360 Massachusetts employees reported falling on snow or ice and missed work. These are easily preventable accidents. Protect your employees during winter weather by inspecting building conditions, and implementing preventive maintenance strategies.
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The Heat is On – But Heat Illness is Preventable! posted on Jul 21
Summertime… It’s time for fun in the sun, especially after such a brutal winter! But in addition to fun, summer often brings intense heat waves. According to the CDC, on average, extreme heat causes more U.S. deaths than other natural disasters. Heat safety is clearly …Continue Reading The Heat is On – But Heat Illness is Preventable!
New Director of Human Resources Takes the Helm posted on Jul 13
JULY 9, 2015…With his many years of experience in project management and HR consulting, Tom Waye hopes to “really help reconstitute what we’re doing and how we do it,” in his new role as human resources director for the Secretariat. He describes himself as both …Continue Reading New Director of Human Resources Takes the Helm
Baker Administration Cabinet secretaries look to replicate job training model posted on Jul 3
SPRINGFIELD, JUNE 30, 2015…. It is nearly impossible to talk about manufacturing without the topic very quickly turning to workforce development, and the difficulty manufacturers have finding skilled workers. A group of manufacturers in the Pioneer Valley this week described to Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, …Continue Reading Baker Administration Cabinet secretaries look to replicate job training model