In June, the National Safety Council celebrated National Safety Month by publishing materials on various topics focusing on saving lives and preventing injuries, from the workplace to anyplace. This year, the NCS has focused its efforts on relevant topics for keeping workers safe in the new normal.
El distanciamiento social de seis pies es solo una de las razones para mantener una distancia segura de las tripulaciones. Los sitios de trabajo pueden tener cualquier cantidad de peligros ocultos para el público, y las tripulaciones que distraen pueden causar accidentes.
Happy holidays! Let’s keep them that way by following a few important safety tips.
Halloween is quickly approaching, and while everyone is planning on having a good time – it’s important to stay safe while doing so. If you’re planning to pull out the Halloween decorations and jack-o-lanterns or go trick-or-treating in costume, follow these safety tips.
Robert White helps revive unresponsive toddler until ambulance arrives.
It’s 110 degrees in the shade! In the South, temperatures can reach potentially dangerous levels for anyone working outside or spending time outdoors.
Entergy Arkansas employees use first-aid training to help man in need at Carpenter Dam.
As temperatures fall, some customers may turn to fuel-burning heating sources to heat their homes. While the potential threat of carbon monoxide poisoning can happen year-round, increased awareness should be given to the potential for CO poisoning during the winter months.
Phillip Pickle was selected by the National Safety Council as a safety leader for 2018.