Safety and Health Resources for Small Businesses

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Safety and Health Resources for Small Businesses

October 28, 2023

Keeping employees safe is vital no matter your company’s size. But for smaller organizations, deciding which resources are needed can be a challenge. That’s why NSC has collected small business safety tools and resources in one place for easy and convenient access.

Helpful Tools for Employers

Many Safety Leader Resources are available to help you create and maintain a safety culture within your organization. These include:

Safety Program Templates

● Hazard Identification and Assessment: A Three-Part Guide
● Site Emergency Response Plan
● Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention Program
● Heat-Related Illness Prevention Plan

Workplace Toolkits

● Cannabis in the Workplace
● Workplace Violence
● Building a Safety Team
● Near Miss
● Risk Assessment
● Job Safety Analysis
● Psychological Safety
● Advance Your Safety Program
● Emergency Action Plans Mini Guide safety toolkits

Many other helpful employer resources also are available, including:

● Small Business Guide to Musculoskeletal Disorder Solutions
● Recognizing Hazardous Situations: webinars, white paper, case studies
● Emergency action plans and other templates

Training to Keep Employees Safe

These quick resources will keep you in line with OSHA guidelines and help employees get home safe to loved ones. Even better – NSC members save 30% on training.

● First Aid
● Bloodborne and Airborne
   Pathogens Training
● Workplace Safety Training
● Defensive Driving
● Safety Posters
● Check List and Tip Sheets
● Digital Signage
● Surveys

Engage Your Employees

Use these resources to educate and engage employees. Getting them involved reduces complacency and builds a strong safety program.

● 2-minute Minute Safety Videos
● 5-Minute Safety Talks
● Workplace Safety Toolkits

Safety News and Networking

Stay on top of the latest safety news, OSHA regulations and trends that affect your organization.

● NSC Publications
● Webinars and Podcasts

To connect with other safety professionals, be sure to take part in our webinars and roundtables, join an NSC Division that aligns with your industry or interests, or find an NSC Chapter near you.