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Our Favorite Safety Posts from 2021

Our Favorite Safety Posts from 2021

Year’s end is a good time to reflect on the events of the past 12 months.

Here on the KPA blog, we are *ahem* prolific in our publishing schedule – having produced over 200 articles this year alone. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the great ones might have slipped through the cracks.

So, in case you missed it: Here are some of our favorite safety posts from 2021.

Manufacturing Safety Topics to Cover at Safety Meetings

From machine guarding to personal protective equipment to fire prevention, hazardous waste management, fall protection, and more, there’s no shortage of manufacturing safety topics you need to cover with your workforce.

OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard: What it is and How to Protect Your Company

No matter how much you know (or think you know) about the most common OSHA violations out there, it’s clear that organizations could use some help. Otherwise, these hazards wouldn’t be so common. Learn how to better protect your workforce and avoid some serious costs.

A Near Miss Today Could Be an Accident Tomorrow

A missed swing in baseball, a missed flight, a missed friend on the other side of the world are all bad things. But a near miss at work can be a good thing. It could even help the company’s bottom line.

OSHA’s COVID-19 Workplace Vaccine, Testing Standard: Dates & Details

Wow, this has been a convoluted topic! No wonder it’s been one of the top posts of 2021. It’s a topic we’ll continue to monitor as the regulations grow and change over time. It’s part of our coverage of workplace compliance news and resources.

There! That should keep your reading list nice and full for a while.

You know, we’re always on the lookout for interesting and timely topics to cover. Got an idea or a burning question you’d like us to write about? Respond to this email and let us know!

Best wishes for a safe and healthy 2022!

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Toby Graham

Toby manages the marketing communications team here at KPA. She's on a quest to help people tell clear, fun stories that their audience can relate to. She's a HUGE sugar junkie...and usually starts wandering the halls looking for cookies around 3pm daily.

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