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5 ways to prevent workplace violence

While some occupations face a greater danger from workplace violence than others, it is a threat facing employees at most workplaces. These guidelines can help reduce the risk of a violent incident.

Registration is open for the Texas Safety Summit

Join us at the 21st Annual Workplace Safety and Health Conference for safety updates, practical tools, and networking, May 9–11, 2017 at the Hilton Austin Airport Hotel.

2017 Regional Safety Summits

Register now for affordable training on:
• Avoiding Maintenance Hazards
• Forklift Training Programs
• Occupational Driving Safety Programs
• OSHA Recordkeeping

    Next Regional Safety Summit: March 7 - San Antonio

    Regional Safety Summit Schedule and Registration

    Post Your OSHA Summary

    If your company is covered by OSHA, don’t forget to post your OSHA Form 300A, Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses in your workplace through April 30.

    OSHA contact and recordkeeping information

    Free Traffic Safety Train-the-Trainer Workshops

    The National Safety Council’s Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program--Our Driving Concern--covers traffic safety topics that you can present to your employees.

    Next workshop: March 7 - Fort Worth

    Register, view schedule.

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