Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

At the turn of the century, George Kromer was a semi-professional baseball turned railroad engineer.

Finding the closest water source in the event of a fire emergency can often mean the difference between life and death.

Working at heights may be an unavoidable part of a construction job, but falls don't have to be. Use these tips to prevent fall-related injuries:

Because the risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens in the workplace has increased in recent years, OSHA issued it's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (1090.1030) to protect workers from diseases assoc

For some occupations, driving year round is a necessity. But operating vehicles in the winter comes with a unique set of risks and hazards.

Each day in the U.S., an estimated 1,000 eye injuries occur in the workplace.

Welding is one of the most high-risk occupations. From electric shock and fire to exposure to fumes and explosions, welders are vulnerable to a vast array of injuries.

As Fall slowly gives way to Winter, freezing temps will soon be upon us. For those who work outdoors, being prepared is critical.

One of the most inexpensive, but important ways to increase safety in the workplace is with marking tape and reflective tape.