Winter Weather Safety
No industry or business is exempt from injuries that result from inclement weather. Rain, sleet, snow and ice are hazards to every business.
As an employer, you are responsible for the safety of employees once they report to work. Help your employees get in and out of your building safely. Prevent slips, trips and falls, reduce the potential for other winter weather-related injuries, and help everyone work safely this winter.
|Be Aware of the Forecast
Do you know the difference between freezing rain and sleet? "Winter weather advisory" vs "winter storm watch"? Test your knowledge of winter-related forecast terms.
|Tips to Prevent Winter-Related Slips, Trips and Falls
Quick tips to prevent and reduce injuries when its snowy, icy, or wet outside.
Do you know when to use a shovel with a curved handle vs. a straight handle? Educate, plan ahead and "handle" snow in a safe manner.
|Winter Weather Safety Tips - At Home
Prepare for and ride out a winter storm at home.
|Winter Weather Slips and Falls Prevention Guide
Take action to reduce your organization's risk and protect your employees with this comprehensive guide.
|Snow Safety - Snow Blowers
Avoid serious injuries by learning how to reduce jams and clogs, properly de-clog a snow blower, and safely operate these powerful machines.
|Winter Weather Safety Tips - On The Road
Traveling in bad weather? Preparation is key. Know what to bring in your car, how to travel safely, and what to do if stranded on the road.
|Black Ice and Winter Driving
Recognize warning signs for this slippery hazard and learn how to maneuver past problem areas.