January 2020 Workplace Safety E-Newsletter
Exoskeletons | Award Winners | Boot Camp Miniseries | Trivia
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  January 2020
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•   Cost of Workplace Injuries
•   Workplace Safety News
•   Workplace Safety Trivia
•   Vision Award Winners
•   Miniseries: All Episodes Available
EXPERT TIPS ON SAFETY FOR ALL
Understanding the Cost of Workplace Injuries
Infographic preview: Cost of Workplace Injuries
Falls from height cost businesses billions of dollars a year, but even more troubling than the financial cost is the human cost of an injury. Read our new infographic to learn the true cost of workplace injuries and see how low-level access lifts offer a safer alternative to ladders and scaffolding.
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WORKPLACE SAFETY ROUNDUP
OSHA Enforcement and Compliance Increases in 2019 to Keep America's Workforce Safe
In 2019, OSHA performed 33,401 inspections—more than each of the previous three years. These inspections addressed falls, chemical exposure and other violations. Dig into the context behind this and other OSHA-related statistics in this recent press release.
SLC: 2019 Toyota's Finding Success with Exoskeletons
They may seem like something out of a science fiction novel, but exoskeletons are a very real form of PPE, which have been shown to cut down on worker discomfort and fatigue. Check out this case study on why Toyota has chosen to implement exoskeletons as required PPE.
OSHA's Top 10 Most-Cited Violations for 2019
For the ninth year in a row, Fall Protection – General Requirements is number one on OSHA’s list of most frequently cited violations. Joining it in the top five are Hazard Communication, Scaffolding, Lockout/Tagout and Respiratory Protection violations. Read the full list to see the other most-cited violations.


Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed in these articles are not necessarily those of JLG.
TRIVIA CHALLENGE
Test Your Safety Knowledge!
Challenge yourself with the latest edition of our Trivia Challenge based on information from this edition of Workplace Safety, and you could win a special prize from JLG. Congrats to last edition's winner, Eric Stalmon, V.P. of Safety!

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NEWS YOU CAN USE (BUT MIGHT HAVE MISSED)
Vision Awards Winners from FacilitiesNet
Vision Awards logo
Two of our products were recently recognized as 2019 Vision Awards winners. The non-powered EcoLift 50 was a winner in the Interiors category, while the X1000AJ Compact Crawler won in the Grounds category. Learn more about these and other award winners in the eBook from FacilitiesNet.
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All Episodes of JLG® Boot Camp Miniseries Now Available for Streaming
Sgt. McConnell stares down Job Dunn
Part comedy, part ANSI education, our JLG® Boot Camp miniseries follows Sgt. McConnell, who takes eager recruits through a rigorous rundown of the new ANSI standards. Check it out now and make sure you're ready for the March 2020 deadline.
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Engineering the Future of Access
JLG engineers explore solutions
Our engineers are committed to developing solutions that solve real worksite problems, from low-level access lifts that reach up to 20 ft to the tallest boom lift in the world. Hear from current and former engineers on how JLG has set the pace for the access industry over the past 50 years through their passion, grit and customer-centric mentality.
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