Seven Tips and Tricks from the Revised ANSI Lockout-tagout Standard

Posted February 06, 2017 in OSHA

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Infographic: The True Costs of Occupational Safety

Posted January 30, 2017 in OSHA , Infographic
Every year companies spend millions of dollars on OSHA penalties and billions on occupational injuries and illness costs. Thankfully prevention programs are able to cut these costs and save you money.
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What Impact Will the Trump Administration Have on OSHA Enforcement?

Posted January 23, 2017 in OSHA

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Tips to Avoid Common OSHA Violations

Posted January 12, 2017 in OSHA
With 2017 just beginning, it’s difficult to foresee what changes will occur at OSHA given the incoming Trump administration. They will likely center around similar topics over the past two years, perhaps involve fewer inspections and citations,...
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OSHA Update: Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment

Posted December 20, 2016 in OSHA
What you need to know about OSHA's final rule on updating walking-working  surfaces standards and personal fall protection systems requirements. 
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OSHA Top 10 Safety Compliance Standards

Posted November 22, 2016 in Slips and Falls , OSHA
When considering OSHA regulations, it’s helpful to know the top 10 standards for compliance. Here’s a quick cheat sheet that provides a fast overview:
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Are You a Bull, a Gambler, or an Ostrich?

Posted November 08, 2016 in OSHA , Safety
Safety, like all organizational priorities, must be planned. This is a legal expectation for employers and is codified into law under the OSH Act or Occupational Health and Safety law.
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Infographic: How Will OSHA's Updates Change Safety Reporting?

Posted August 24, 2016 in OSHA , Infographic
New federal requirements helping prevent workplace injuries and illnesses were released on August 10, 2016.  Download our printable infographic chart to find out what this means for you. 
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The Dangers of Injury-Reporting Retaliation

Posted August 18, 2016 in Injury Reporting , OSHA
At some workplaces, employees are anxious about reporting injuries or illnesses related to the jobs, because they fear there might be retaliation. That can come in many forms, from overt changes to shifting treatment overall.
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Injury Prevention & OSHA Reporting Rules

Posted August 09, 2016 in Injury Prevention , OSHA
Recently, OSHA noted that electronic reporting will be mandatory for many companies next year, and that employers will be expected to file regular reports instead of providing information upon request.
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