Workplace fatigue is silently prowling in many industries all across the U.S. resulting in decreased performance and an increase in job site accidents. Employees are simply unable to get the rest they need and are dealing with extreme exhaustion.

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Asbestos kills approximately 15,000 people in the United States each year. Many of those deaths are work-related and could have been prevented with proper precautions. The first week of April is Global Asbestos Awareness Week, a time when the dangers of asbestos are brought to light so conversations about prevention can take place.

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Every seven seconds an employee is injured on the job, leading to nearly 4.7 million workplace injuries a year. Phillip Cook, warehouse manager for Adrian’s Safety Solutions, is a leading expert on warehouse safety management and offers his expertise with his list of the top five ways to reduce workers’ compensation claims in your warehouse.

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Sleep and Its Impact on the Modern-Day Workplace

About $63 billion in the US economy is lost annually in productivity due to insomnia, as reported on the Good Body website. The average amount of sleeping recommended by doctors for anyone is 8 hours. However, most modern-day workers sleep a few hours less, leading to sleep deprivation. As a result, employers are beginning to notice the impact of lack of sleep among their workers at the workplace. Sleep deprivation negatively impacts the workers' performance and overall productivity.

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