Celebrating National Safety Month: A Commitment To A Safer Workplace

June is National Safety Month, a time to reaffirm our commitment to safety. Since 1996, the National Safety Council (NSC) has led this month, bringing safety issues across various environments, including our workplaces, to the forefront. At EHS, safety is not just a top priority; it’s a shared responsibility that each of us holds.

During 2024, National Safety Month focused on four key themes to encourage safety awareness and practices, topics that EHS encourages in all their team members:

  • Safety Engagement: Participate in drills, identify hazards, and undergo training. Effective communication and active participation are essential for a safer environment.
  • Roadway Safety: Address roadway risks like speeding, impairment, and distraction. Promoting safe driving behaviors is crucial for preventing accidents.
  • Risk Reduction: Awareness of potential risks is vital. Identify and mitigate hazards, conduct regular safety audits, and adhere to injury prevention protocols.
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls: Preventable falls are a common hazard. To prevent accidents, ensure floors are free of tripping hazards, use non-slip mats, and maintain good housekeeping practices.

National Safety Month at EHS is more than a reminder; it’s a commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for staff and patients. By working together, we can continue making our facilities safer.

National Safety Month

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