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National Safety Month: Promoting Safety in the Workplace and Beyond

June is National Safety Month, a time to raise awareness of preventable injuries and promote safety both at work and at home. Preventable injuries are among the leading causes of deaths in the US, according to the National Safety Council (NSC). By highlighting the primary causes of preventable injury and death, we can help people live their fullest lives while avoiding unnecessary harm.

One of the key ways to observe National Safety Month is to educate ourselves on important safety topics. At WASIP Ltd., we encourage everyone to sign up for free National Safety Month resources to receive critical information on topics such as fall prevention, workplace violence prevention, and emergency preparedness. This is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of safety and take action to protect yourself and others.

At WASIP Ltd., we take safety seriously, and we offer a range of safety products on our website to encourage a safer workplace for employees and peers. We believe that prioritizing safety is the key to reducing the risk of preventable injuries and deaths in any setting.

In addition to signing up for free National Safety Month resources and taking the SafeAtWork Pledge (shown below), we encourage everyone to visit our website to learn more about our safety products. Our goal is to help create healthy and safe environments where everyone can thrive.

National Safety Month is an important time to prioritize safety and promote awareness of preventable injuries. By learning about critical safety topics, taking the SafeAtWork Pledge, and using our safety products, we can all work together to create a safer world.

"Safety is a shared responsibility. It's up to all of us to make sure that we work safely and go home safely."
John Ross

Take the SafeAtWork Pledge

  • Actively help my employer improve our safety programs
  • Report hazards promptly and suggest solutions
  • Be a good safety role model for my friends and family, even off the job

Emergency Preparedness

Slips, Trips and Falls

Heat Related Illness

Hazard Recognition

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