3 Elements of a Safety Management System Assessment
Every workplace in America can and should develop, implement, and maintain a safety and health program. Safety management system assessments make it easier for companies and employees to proactively manage safety and health.
6 Ways to Improve Ergonomics and Reduce Injuries in the Workplace
Proper ergonomics reduce the chance of injury in every business. How can companies successfully implement ergonomic solutions in their facilities as a way to address their workers' MSD (musculoskeltal disoreders) injury risks?
A Guide to Portable Ladder Safety
Falls from portable ladders are one of the leading causes of occupational fatalities and injuries. With the right tips, your employees and company can be properly prepared and ensure that everyone is safe and protected while using ladders.
6 Ways to Prevent Slips, Trips, and Falls
Slips, trips, and falls can happen anywhere within the company. How can employees be safe and prevent slips, trips, and falls?
National Safety Month – Free Resources from the National Safety Council
June is National Safety Month. Join The NSC and thousands of organizations across the country as we work to raise awareness of what it takes to Keep Each Other Safe.
New SURE Carrier Feature
BROWZ’s newest product, SURE Carrier, has recently added a new feature that allows you to track crashes for motor carriers in your supply chain.
National Safety Month – Top 10 OSHA Violations
Every year companies and individuals set aside June to refocus on safety and participate in National Safety Month. National Safety Month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the roads, and in our homes and communities.
Join the Journey to Safety Excellence
BROWZ is proud to be an advocate sponsor of the Journey to Safety Excellence. This initiative includes free tools to help companies with continuous improvement of their safety culture. Three safety measurement tools include:
Challenges in Remote Mining
How do companies continuously improve HSE particularly in remote regions of the country where costs are even higher and skilled workers are difficult to recruit and retain?
Australian worker fatalities at 8-year low
Safe Work Australia has revealed the number of on-the-job fatalities in the country is the lowest number seen in eight years. The agency's "Work-related Traumatic Injury Fatalities, Australia 2010-11" report revealed that the country experienced 374 work-…
National Safety Month | June 2014
June is National Safety Month in the United States. To bring attention to National Safety Month BROWZ has created this short video. Join BROWZ and thousands of organizations across the country to reduce risk and bring awareness to key safety issues during…
Mining injuries fall, but companies still need to use caution
The Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) recently revealed that mining fatalities and injuries reached a record low in 2011, a sign that companies are taking safety compliance more seriously and workers are abiding by guideli…
Top 10 underground coal mining MSHA violations
It's no secret that the mining industry is difficult on workers and contractors, but it is also quite challenging for the large multinational corporations that must simultaneously juggle compliance training, risk mitigation and the bevy of Mine Safety and…
Top 10 OSHA violations announced
While most companies strive to ensure workers are safe while on the job, some do fall short of requirements and fail to adequately protect employees.
BLS releases 2011 work injury statistics
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its data regarding occupational injuries and illnesses that occurred in 2011.