Know how to protect yourself and others from chemical hazards.
Know how to protect yourself and others from needlestick injuries.
Be ready to respond and evacuate patients, visitors, customers and employees in a fire emergency.
Be on the lookout for potential safety hazards and know how to report unsafe conditions in the workplace.
Many of us will be visiting with family and friends over the holidays. Take precautions to stop the spread of germs.
Now that winter weather is here, follow these important tips to avoid slips and falls.
This weekend we set our clocks back and got the benefit of an extra hour of sleep. The downside is that darkness will arrive an hour sooner. Keep in mind these darkness safety tips when you are out in the dark.
Some safety tips are as simple and important as the lessons our mothers taught us.
Construction projects are essential to maintain and update our MHS facilities. Check out these tips to stay safe.
Check out our summer safety tips and have a great summer!
We can all be safety leaders for our patients, visitors and coworkers by following these essential tips.
We Are Changing Our Use of Computers, Email, Mobile Devices
John M. Fraser, President & CEO, Methodist Health System
Your safety on and off the job is important. Please pay attention to construction traffic!
Methodist Health System and the Better Business Bureau have teamed up once again for a "Secure Your ID Day - Free Document Shred Event" on Saturday, Oct. 17, 8 a.m. - noon.