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5 Ways Going Digital Can Lighten the Load

EHS
Bye-bye spreadsheets & checklists. Digital safety solutions can help you improve workplace safety and lower risks. Here are 5 ways EHS software can lighten your load.
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Fall Hazards in Construction: How to Avoid Becoming a Statistic

EHS
When looking at OSHA’s top 10 most cited standards, the clear winner for most violations goes to fall hazards on roofs, scaffolds, lifts, and ladders.
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Wildfire Smoke Pop Quiz

EHS
Do you know your wildfire smoke safety basics? Find out by taking KPA’s Wildfire Smoke Safety Pop Quiz.
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Stuck in a Paper-Based Safety Program? Here’s a Roadmap Out

EHS
Ready to make the transition away from manual safety programs? Here’s your roadmap for a successful digital transition. Buckle your seatbelts. Here we go...
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Jobsite Inspections: How to Comply with OSHA Requirements

EHS
Do you know everything you need to know about the most frequently cited Occupational Health and Safety Administration standards for the Construction Industry? In this series, we’re exploring the most common OSHA violations, one by one. Keep reading to learn how to avoid an OSHA jobsite inspection violation and protect your workforce from risks. Number […]
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How to Seamlessly Transition to a Digital EHS Platform

EHS
Three steps to transition to a digital safety program. Many companies are ready to transition from manual methods. The biggest question they face is how.
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Regulations You Need to Know in 2021

HR
There are several federal rules taking effect this month and next. Find out what you need to know from the DOL, EEO-1 data deadlines, and PCORI fees.
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Most Popular Safety Articles from 2021

EHS
I’ve pulled together a short list of must-reads for you, based on what your peers are reading on the KPA blog. Stay up to speed on the latest safety topics.
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Managers, Here Are Three Ways You Can Reinforce Your Safety Culture

EHS
Many people don’t realize that one of the most effective ways to implement a strong safety culture is to start with senior management. Managers, here are three things you can do to reinforce safety in your company.
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