Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

With an ever-increasing number of vehicles on the road and a greater number of work zones to make repairs for that traffic, road construction workers experience a substantially increased risk of in

According to the National Safety Council, there are some very common hazards in the workplace causing injuries, bodily trauma, and even death.

Noise-related hearing loss is one of the most widespread occupational health concerns in the U.S. Nearly 125,000 workers have experienced permanent noise-induced hearing loss related to their job.

While it's a well known fact that traffic cones are the first line of defense against accidents in work zones, did you know that simple additions to the cones can make your work zone exponentially

Late July through August brings summer's most dangerous heat causing a sharp rise in heat-related illnesses.

Silt fences help preserve and protect water quality in streams, rivers & lakes, and oceans that may be otherwise be polluted from sediment during construction work.

Hands are particularly vulnerable to injury in the workplace. The U.S.

As the hottest days of summer quickly approach, the incidence of heat stress, heat exhaustion, and even heat stroke become more likely.

Tree bags are a highly efficient and low cost way of caring for for newly planted trees. The system allows for the slow-release of a high volume of water directly to the root of the plant.

Every day in the U.S., approximately 2000 workers sustain an work-related eye injury that requires medical treatment.