Employers are responsible for providing safe workplaces for employees, and training is necessary for both owners and employees to learn to identify common hazards and address them with practical and effective solutions.
Teach small business owners and workers the process for finding hazards in their workplace, help them to understand how to balance between safety, productivity and profit, and to raise awareness about the information and resources available on OSHA’s website.
US Department of Labor (OSHA)
HazID, also known as HazFinder, allows users to simulate time in either a manufacturing, healthcare or construction setting while interacting with workers, machinery, and rooms in order to identify and fix hazards while sustaining a profitable income. In another portion of the game, the player inspects specific equipment to pinpoint hazards and risks.
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, David Michaels, announced the release of HazID at the American Society of Safety Engineers conference in June. Click here to read the press release.