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Surviving the Sizzle: Office Summer Safety

Ah, summer—the season of sun, sand, and unfortunately, work. As the temperatures rise, so do the risks of workplace mishaps. But fear not, brave office warriors, for I bring you the ultimate summary of summer safety tips to keep you cool, collected, and intact during those scorching work hours.

First on our list of summer survival tactics is the timeless art of hydration. Forget the coffee, ditch the energy drinks—water is your new best friend. Just remember, while a beer may seem tempting, it’s not exactly conducive to workplace productivity. So, keep that water bottle handy and stay hydrated, unless you fancy yourself a human raisin.

Next up, we tackle the treacherous terrain of office attire. Yes, we understand the allure of flip-flops and tank tops when the mercury climbs, but let’s not forget about safety, folks. Those open-toed sandals may be a recipe for disaster around heavy machinery, clumsy co-workers, and rolling chairs. Not to mention, you better find some extra time to keep those nails nice and shapely. Painted too, if that’s your thing.

Now, let’s talk about everyone’s favorite summer activity: the company picnic. Sure, it’s a chance to bond with colleagues over a game of tug-of-war, but let’s not turn it into a scene from a slapstick comedy. Keep the potato salad chilled, avoid impromptu diving contests in the inflatable pool, and for the love of all that is holy, steer clear of the karaoke machine after one too many adult beverages.

Finally, let’s address the elephant in the room—sunscreen. Yes, I know, applying it feels like admitting defeat to the blazing sun, but trust me, your future self will thank you when you’re not resembling a lobster at the Monday morning meeting. So, slap on that SPF 50, embrace the summer safety dance, and remember, it’s better to be a bit greasy than a shade of red only seen in the tomato aisle.

So there you have it, my office summer soldiers—a humorous handbook for surviving the sweltering season of work. Remember these tips, and you’ll emerge from the summer unscathed, with your limbs intact and your sense of humor intact. Stay safe, stay silly, and may your summer be filled with more laughter than paperwork.

Matt White


Matt White

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