National Safety Month 2021

Whether your work takes place in an office, on a job site, or in a manufacturing setting, ESFI’s free-to-share workplace safety materials provide valuable information to help employees make safe choices every day and tips for creating a safer work environment.

Featured National Safety Month resources include:

·    Workplace Fatalities and Injuries 2003 – 2019

·    Solar PV Electrical Safety

·    Temporary Power Safety

·    Installing Electrical Vehicle Chargers

·    Residential Construction – Workplace Safety

·    Overhead Power Line Safety Video – Non-Electrical Workers

·    Overhead Power Line Safety

·    Workplace Safety – Overhead Power Line Contact

·    Workplace Safety – Always Look Up

·    Workplace Safety – Limits of Approach – Always Look Up

·    Workplace Safety – Know When to Say When

·    Workplace Safety – Know When to Say When – Know When to Stop Work

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