With the U.S. seeing the highest number of workplace deaths since 2007 – 5,333 fatal workplace injuries in 2019 – this observance is more important than ever. National Safety Month is an opportunity to help prevent unnecessary injuries and deaths at work, on the roads and in our communities. Alliant has prepared a series of safety materials to help keep you up to date on the latest safety strategies, regulations and provide resources for your safety teams.  
COVID-19 | Project Restart

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout offers significant promise in the ongoing effort to curb the pandemic. However, even in the midst of this rollout, it’s vital for employers to promote workplace health and safety measures to protect their staff from COVID-19 exposures. 
Description about what this checklist is all about. Project restart Materials probably should be updated with additional information current to today's regulations.
General Construction Safety

An underground utility strike can be a life threatening and costly event. Take a proactive approach with a plan before you break ground to avoid dangerous and costly underground utility strikes.
Control workers’ compensation costs with five easily implementable steps designed to create a well-rounded safety program that produces a safer job site, achieves OSHA compliance and reduces accidents—saving your bottom line. 
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), developing a strong
safety culture has the single greatest impact on accident reduction of any workplace practice. This is why developing a safety culture should be a top priority for the managers and supervisors at your organization.
The summer season is upon us and roadwork is in full effect, which means more construction work zones on our major highways, secondary and tertiary roads. The tips and best practices discussed here will help to control as many factors as possible to mitigate the risks in your work zones.
Near Miss Reporting

Close calls or near accidents on the job should also be considered lessons in safety. A near accident is an indication something is wrong. Safety awareness is always important. Learn from near misses. They can serve as a warning and highlight areas or situations where safety practices need to be improved.  
This guide is designed to educate employers and employees on the importance of reporting near misses. In addition, this resource is a one-stop source organizations of all kinds can use to create their own near‐miss reporting program.

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