worker hazards

Tips to Prevent Winter Workplace Accidents and Hazards

As we begin to shift from fall to winter, new hazards in the workplace need to be addressed. If companies employ workers who do most of their job outside, new considerations such as hypothermia and frostbite, pose unique risks to the workforce. These hazards, along with many others, can be safely avoided with open communication, proactive safety measures, and a thorough involvement of all staff members in your company’s safety procedures. We will look at a few of the main safety hazards in the workplace that are unique to the cold, winter months that are upon us.

The 2019 COS Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards for Lone Worker Monitoring

Scatterling is excited to share to our users and blog readers that we have been chose to be on the list of companies nominated in Lone Worker Monitoring for the 2019 Canadian Occupation Safety Readers Choice Awards by Thomson Reuters. 

Ten reasons why a lone worker system can benefit your employees

Occupational dangers aren’t always obvious to employees who are working in hazardous locations and conditions.  While protective equipment such as a hardhats, earmuffs, gloves, and other can help prevent minor injuries.  For complex hazards any amount of equipment can be inadequate vs preventative solutions.  In this article we look into why a lone worker system can benefit the safety…