15 Items That Should Be in Your First Aid Kit

15 items that should be in your first aid kit  Accidents can happen any day, especially in golf course maintenance. Your crew is exposed to a myriad of hazards, so first aid is an essential part of your safety program. In most circumstances, it will take more than a few minutes to get medical attention … Read more

Safety When Working Near Golfers

Safety When Working Near Golfers Given that a golf course is a sporting venue as well as a place of work, it’s important to prioritize safety for both golfers and staff. Golf may seem like a safe sport but flying golf balls can cause serious injuries. There are a few things that employers can do, … Read more

Hand Wash Posters – COVID-19 & Golf Maintenance

Everyone is telling you to wash your hands but, are you, and your crew, washing your hands properly? If your golf course is still open or making use of skeleton staff, print this as a safety precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19. download posters RECEIVE FREE POSTERS & SAFETY TIPS to subscribe to our … Read more

OSHA Violations: Can you blame your crew?

What happens when OSHA violations occur on your golf course? Who is to blame? Most of the time people believe that it is ALWAYS a failure of management. That Management Failed to: Develop safety policies Failed to provide safety training Failed to enforce the rules. But, what happens when you did all that and an … Read more

5 Essential Steps to Detect and Control Respiratory Hazards in Golf Maintenance

Gas, mist and fumes from hazardous chemicals are all contaminants that may be present at your course. Solid surfaces could also become hazardous when welded or ground. If exposed to these respiratory hazards, you and your crew can suffer dire medical consequences. The effects could be instant, or they could take years to take effect … Read more

Ear Buds & Ear Protection  on the Golf Course

Loud noise originating from machinery and equipment used in golf maintenance is potentially hazardous to every person exposed to it. Hearing damage could be permanent and even disabling. It also affects workplace safety because it interferes with communication and awareness of your surroundings. According to OSHA, each year 22 million employees are exposed to potentially … Read more

Eye Protection Safety on the Golf Course

Anytime that someone is exposed to chemicals, the first thing you should consider is protecting the eyes.  The eyes are the most susceptible part of the body as they absorb chemicals much faster than the skin, leading to increased risks of chemical burn and poisoning. That’s why eye and face wash stations are so important … Read more

Chemical Safety on the Golf Course 

While pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, fertilizers, nematicides and all the other substances you may use are extremely helpful in managing your golf facility, they are also dangerous. If used incorrectly, they can cause permanent damage to your crew’s health. It can take as little as a drop of a certain chemical coming in contact with the … Read more

Sun Safety on the Golf Course

It’s inevitable that your golf maintenance employees will receive sun exposure while at work. Extended exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can be hazardous, so it’s essential that they protect themselves, especially during the days and times when the sun is at its strongest.     The following are a few safety measures that you can implement to protect your employees while they’re … Read more