Tiffany Knudsen

Tiffany Knudsen is a Content Manager at Archbright. She creates and reviews all Safety related content. She joined Archbright in 2006 as a Safety/Loss Control Professional. In that role, she oversaw Archbright Retro participants, and provided them with financial analysis and safety-related assistance. She is a certified Instructor Trainer through Medic First Aid and is the Medic First Aid Director for ASW. Tiffany attended Chico State University and has over twelve years’ experience working as an EMT, Firefighter and as a National EMT Instructor.

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June is National Safety Month

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, workplace safety is more critical than ever. June is National Safety Month. Although the annual event may look different from previous years, employers are encouraged to evaluate workplace safety programs, identify any training that employees are behind on, and establish a plan to bring workers… 

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Preparing for Workplace Safety and Health Inspections During COVID-19

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers face difficult decisions regarding business operations. Decreased product demand, staff shortages, and ever-changing regulations are just some of the challenges employers are facing. Do employers also need to be worried about a surprise state safety inspection? Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Washington Labor… 

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Face Coverings, Masks, and Respirators: What You Need to Know

At the beginning of April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began recommending the use of face coverings in public settings where social distancing measures can be difficult to maintain to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Employers may be wondering what this means for the workplace –… 

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Benefits of Ergonomics

Proper ergonomics is critical in today’s manufacturing industry. The result of continually exerting the same muscles or ligaments repeatedly over time can lead to long and drawn out claims. However, the number and severity of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) resulting from workplace overexertion, and their associated costs, can be substantially reduced…