Topic:Personnel Management & Employee Safety

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Fidelity - Employee Theft and Fiduciary Responsibility

This bulletin offers some best practices for managing financial risks within your entity to help you prevent opportunities for Fidelity claims.

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Automated External Defibrillators

There are more than 356,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests annually in the United States. This bulletin discusses the critical need for AEDs in the workplace and offers guidance on the placement and use of these life-saving devices.

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Background Screening

Browse packages that are available through IntelliCorp to help your organization perform comprehensive background checks, minimize risks and review potential hires.

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Respectful Workplace - Managers

This 19-minute training video educates leadership about workplace harassment, discrimination and retaliation

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Respectful Workplace - Employees

This 20-minute training video educates frontline workers about workplace harassment and their role in maintaining a respectful workplace.

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Highway Work Zone

Your workers face serious risks while on roadways and in work zones. Remind your crew of these simple ways you can help give drivers advanced notice and understand new roadway patterns.

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Mowing and Weed Trimmer Safety

Lawn mowers and tractors have the potential to endanger operators and bystanders. Talk to your facilities team about the risks and consider these recommendations.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Hazard Assessment

This checklist can help your team evaluate your operational risks and determine the appropriate PPE for each task.

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Job/Position Description

A detailed position / job description is the starting point of a thorough hiring process.

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Sewage Spill Clean-up Tips

Did you know there’s a risk of explosion or electrocution while you’re trying to stop or clean a sewer back up? Here are few tips to help you stay safe and clean.

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Table Saw Safety

It’s all about setting a positive example! Here are a few ways school staff can help increase table saw safety in the classroom.

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Back Injury Risk Factors and Risk Reduction Tips

Back injuries can appear to come from a single incident but are often caused by a combination of factors. Use these tips to help keep your team safe and reduce work-related costs.

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Bloodborne Pathogens

Use this bulletin to help your school create a plan and implement best practices to help protect your students and staff from the dangers of blood and other bodily fluids.

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Carbon Monoxide Hazards

Municipal services and equipment can present harmful carbon monoxide exposures. Educate your team on these areas of risk and implement best practices to help protect your community.

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Chlorine Chemical Handling

Chlorine is commonly found in water and wastewater operations – and it can be hazardous if it isn’t handled correctly. Use this guide to help protect your team and community.

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Cumulative Trauma Disorders

Force + repetition + posture + no rest = Cumulative Trauma Disorder, also known as CTD. Here are the risks your team should be aware of.

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Ergonomic Risk Factors

From mopping to vacuuming and everything in between – use this resource to help evaluate the risks of each cleaning task and possible solutions.

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Ergonomic Risk Reduction

Review the do’s and don’ts of manual tasks and consider ways you can help reduce ergonomic risks in your operations.

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Fitness Facility Use by School Staff

Here are a few benefits – and risks – for your school to consider before allowing school staff to use on-site fitness facilities.

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Floor Buffers

Did you know that propane powered floor buffers can lead to a build-up of carbon monoxide? Use this bulletin to learn more about risks and best practices.

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Hand and Portable Tools

Even the most basic hand and power tools can be dangerous. Take time to review these quick tips with your team.

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Safety/Security Committees

Organizations with internal safety committees have fewer and less severe losses from employee accidents, public claims or clients and property losses. Use these tips to create one within your organization.