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working from homeThe primary concerns for most who start working from home revolve around having an adequate place to work. And while having a separate, comfortable, and inviting space is important, it is hardly the only thing to consider when transitioning to working from home. At an office or workplace, there is a plan in place to ensure the facility is safe; when working from home, you need to be that team. So here are safety practices to consider when working from home.

  1. Driving Safety – Many who work from home are required to, from time to time, meet coworkers, clients, or bosses in other locations.

work place safetyEvery industry has its specific dangers and potential workplace hazards. But there are certain safety practices which can be followed which transcend industries and should be used regardless of what industry you are in. Here are five workplace safety practices which will help keep your employees safe, no matter what tasks they are performing.

  1. Monitor PPE – Whether the employer or employee is responsible for the maintenance of the PPE, if there are specific pieces of protective equipment required for a job, it is important to have a procedure in place to monitor and maintain that equipment. This equipment acts as the last line of defense for your employees, and if the protections afforded by them are required due to a workplace accident, a worn out or broken piece of equipment will result in an injury.

Electrical Lockout Tag OctagonAny good safety team will continually monitor and update occupational safety and health policies and procedures as needed. And while most will almost never need to be updated, there are occasions when updates will be needed, and should be uncovered during standard monitoring practices. Some areas of occupational safety and health, however, require more monitoring than others. These areas may be under scrutiny from national agencies like OSHA, and as such likely to have federal mandates updated, or these areas may simply be subject to change frequently from day-to-day business updates and growth.

Lockout tagout is one area that fits into the latter category.…