Workplace Housekeeping Factors

No more excuses! Cluttered aisles, slippery floors, expired chemicals taking up space, and dust-covered surfaces are just a few examples of poor workplace housekeeping that are often overlooked due to tight production schedules, lack of staff, and any number of other priorities and focuses.

Good workplace housekeeping is more than just providing basic sanitation. Keeping not only work areas, but also entire facilities clean and neat greatly reduces the risk of injury and illness and helps avoid violating more than a dozen OSHA standards. Incorporating good workplace housekeeping measures that take less than 10 minutes into daily work tasks and procedures reduces risk as well as the need to schedule periodic, production-stopping “deep cleanings” that never seem to have a lasting effect.

Join us on January 11, for an informative webinar with regulatory expert and trainer, Karen Hamel. During this webinar, Hamel will be addressing the importance of smart and effective workplace housekeeping to reduce risk of injury and OSHA violations.

You’ll learn:

  • Common General Industry Standards that benefit from good housekeeping.
  • Benefits of incorporating good housekeeping procedures into safety plans.
  • How to implement simple housekeeping procedures in daily routines.
  • Small changes that eliminate clutter and inhibit housekeeping efforts.
  • Using routine inspections to ensure that housekeeping tasks aren’t overlooked.

Can’t attend live? That’s OK! Register now, and watch on-demand later.

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