ARTICLES ABOUT employee safety

April 16, 2019

Responding to Power Failure

Do you have a plan for when the power goes out?

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December 28, 2018

Safety Hero: Anthony Vossler of Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District

Read about the big impact Anthony Vossler has at Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District.

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October 19, 2018

Safety Hero: Jeff Duda of Clifton Sanitation

Read about the first person to be named a CSD Safety Hero and how you can nominate your district’s superstar.

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October 19, 2018

2018 Safest District: Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation

Read why Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation was named the CSD Safety District of the Year

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July 17, 2017

Stay Cool by Avoiding Heat-Related Illness

We have compiled a list of guidelines for those who work outdoors on how to identify and respond to different heat-related illnesses. These guidelines are based on OSHA safety recommendations, and more detailed information can be found on their website.

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October 10, 2016

Emergency Response Procedures: Explosions

Advice on how to handle explosions at your district regardless of their cause. For more details on this and other crisis procedures, visit our publications page on the CSD Pool website for a free Emergency Response Procedures guide book.

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October 7, 2015

District Feature: Douglas County Libraries

Douglas County Libraries see a total of nearly 1.9 million visitors pass through the doors of their six branches each year. With so many visitors, each of their 312 employees shares a responsibility to promote and maintain a safe, healthy environment for visitors and staff.

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June 3, 2015

Don’t Get Burned by Unsafe Grilling This Summer

There’s nothing more synonymous with summertime than backyard barbecues. While you gather with coworkers, friends, and family for outdoor cookouts this year, just remember that outdoor grilling poses some serious risks.

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April 13, 2015

Seven Steps for Better Communication Among Safety Professionals

On a jobsite, it’s pretty easy to tell where one craft begins and another ends. Each craft’s job has its boundaries, and one craftsperson isn’t likely to venture into another’s area of expertise. But what happens when the safety manager for the mechanical contractor notices that an electrician isn’t grounding a circuit correctly?

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October 1, 2014

Seven Useful Strategies that Set the Tone for Safety

Safety Management Group advises our member on how to set the right safety tone and establish a culture of safety among district employees. Maintaining buy-in from your team is crucial to keeping safety a top priority at your organization, reducing risk, and keeping financial losses at a minimum.

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