Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

It takes only seconds for a sudden electric arc, flash fire, or molten metal splash to engulf a worker in searing temperatures.

Passing cars and heavy equipment present an ongoing danger on any construction site.

On a construction site, the head is one of the most vulnerable areas of the body with eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and brain all subject to injury from falling debris and other worksite hazards.

Each day approximately 2000 workers in the U.S. sustain a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment.

Over one million workers nationwide joined OSHA's first annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction in 2014. This year, that number is expected to triple to three million.

Road and ground markings relay crucial information to drivers, pedestrians, road repair workers and others who utilize outdoor spaces.

When planting new trees, don't use an old, outdated watering system when tree watering bags are the quick, easy, low-cost, high efficiency answer for your watering needs.

When temps climb, so do the number of potholes in the road. But be sure to make safety a top priority when performing any kind of road repair.

Retractable cone bars create an instant barrier and/or traffic control on any worksite.

Back pain is the No. 1 cause of job-related disability and a major contributor to missed work days in the U.S.