Worker stress is insidious, because although it is reportedly widespread and increasing dramatically, it is often unreported. Whether a precast employee is worried about job stability, potential layoffs or lack of job incentive, research tells us that exposure to high levels of stress can result in low morale and decreased productivity. Unresolved stress can adversely affect health at both the worker and the administrative levels.
The question of who is responsible for safety triggers a myriad of answers, depending on whom we ask.
Like a thief in the night, hypothermia can rob you of health – and even life.
Regardless of any language barriers, OSHA requires safety training.