Workplace safety in 2021 includes work from home safety. And with it come new challenges, Hawaii was recently named the second-worst state in the U.S. to work from home due to the following factors: internet access, cybersecurity, and crowded households.
To tackle the rising challenges of working from home, our Risk Management experts have put together some tips to help our local workforce maintain a safe and productive home office environment.
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Work from Home Safety eBook Content
- How Can I Work From Home Safely and Productively?
- Safety First in the Home Office
- Work From Home: Ergonomic Safety
- Work From Home: Slips, Trips, and Falls
- Work From Home: Caution with Chemicals
- Work From Home: Invisible Hazards
- Work From Home: Environmental Hazards
- Work From Home: Electrical Safety
- Work From Home: Cybersecurity
- Work From Home How to Handle Stress
- Work From Home: Emergency Action Plans (EAP)
- COVID-19 Resources
- simplicityHR Can Help
If balancing regulation and risk management seems like a full-time job, you’d be right. Here at ALTRES, we’ve developed a Safety and Risk Management Department dedicated solely to helping clients manage workplace safety and prevent risk. To learn more about how we can help your business stay compliant with state and federal regulations, contact simplicityHR.
This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Readers should first consult their attorney, accountant or adviser before acting upon any information in this article.