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Safety Watch: How one company raises the bar for safety

January 2, 2023By
California-based K&D Landscaping uses its quarterly planning session as a way to ensure its employees are properly trained. (Photo: K&D Landscaping)

Justin White, CEO of K&D Landscaping in Santa Cruz, Calif and his team give employees interactive training at an event he calls Raise the Bar. read more

Are new OSHA heat standards on the horizon?

November 19, 2022By
Landscaper shading eyes during hot day (Photo: JulieanneBirch/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Sam Steel, Ed.D., safety adviser for the NALP, says new, stricter heat standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are on the horizon. read more

Safety Watch: Tips to keep employees safe on the road

October 26, 2022By
The team at David J. Frank keeps their seven-year safety streak alive by holding each other accountable. (Photo: David J. Frank Landscape Contracting)

David J. Frank Landscape Contracting shares some tips to use to keep employees safe while driving to and from the job site. read more

How to mitigate the risks of performing tree care

March 23, 2022By
(Photo: Bartlett Tree Experts)

Jim Dossett, regional safety manager for Bartlett Tree Experts shares how tree care pros can minimize risks when performing tree maintenance. read more

What to know about safety when working with subcontractors

March 14, 2022By
Crew members going through safety checklist (Photo: Greenius)

When it comes to subcontracting out work, it’s crucial to keep safety top of mind, according to Sam Steel, Ed.D., safety adviser for the National Association of Landscape Professionals. read more

SafetyWatch: Safety resolutions for 2022

February 18, 2022By
Work boots and safety gear. (Photo: Kuzma / iStock / Getty Images Plus/ Getty Images)

It's a great time of year for green industry companies to review their safety policies and resolve to stick with them in 2022. read more