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DAX Safety & Staffing implements and manages safety programs for a variety of clients on a wide variety of projects! Our client list includes some of the largest corporations. Why do they outsource to us? Because we deliver every time at a cost not achieved doing it in-house. Need to learn more? Not comfortable with outsourcing? We can show you how to be more safety effective and reduce cost. That’s a good thing! We can help.

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We specialize in safety professionals for construction and general industry projects.
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Toolbox Talk ~ Jul 19, 2018

Workplace Safety — who’s job is it?

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Safety in the workplace is a big deal–we all hear stories all the time of workers who are killed or injured due to negligence and a failure to follow the safety rules. While it is an Employer’s job to make sure that they provide a good work environment and offer comprehensive training on all equipment

Today, we offer a few key things to keep in mind as you consider the responsibilities both you and your employer take to keep you safe at work:

As an employee, you should:

  • Recognize hazards and avoid them.
  • Report all accidents, injuries and illness to your supervisor immediately.
  • Inspect tools before use to avoid injury.
  • Wear all assigned personal protective equipment.

As an employer, you should make sure that you:

  • Provide a safe and healthy workplace by keeping work areas clean and organized.
  • Provide personal protective equipment for all employees on the job. If your facility allows for visitors, you need to make sure that they have access to proper safety protection.
  • Train employees in safe procedures and in how to identify hazards.

It is easy to become complacent on the job and forget that your safety is ultimately in your hands.