How Can You Prevent Injuries at Home? According to Safe Kids Worldwide, approximately 2,200 children die at home from unintentional injuries each year. Therefore, it is important to take steps to reduce the risk of injury at home. You can start by making sure the floor remains a clutter-free zone, making the bathroom a no-slip zone, leaving lights on at night to improve vision, and keeping poisons and other chemicals out of reach.
Most Common Injuries at Home
- Knife cuts
What Is Considered a Work-Related Injury?As stated by OSHA, a work-related injury occurs when an event or exposure in the work environment occurs. Common work-related injuries that occur include slips, trips, falls, fires, vehicle-related accidents and/or repetitive stress injuries.
Ways to Reduce Workplace Injuries
- Provide training.
- Reinforce safety guidelines.
- Focus on preventing workplace injuries.
- Review work practices.