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Lagging indicators can inform what improvements you can make to your safety program. Use your data to see long-term trends and evaluate performance.
KPA District Manager, Joe Souza, wrote an article in Construction Executive about how the new year is a good time to evaluate your safety program goals and the baseline metrics to help track your goals.
Updated January 26 - The Department of Labor and OSHA has withdrawn the COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), although it is not withdrawing the ETS as a proposed rule. How does this impact your business? Read the latest.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at OSHA and the EPA have raised their fines for 2022. See the new $$$$ and learn how to stay out of their crosshairs.
Data is the best tool you have to reduce workplace risk. Let’s take a look at an important type of safety data - called Leading Indicators, or Predictive Analytics to improve safety at your workplace.
OSHA reporting season's here - with the first deadline February 1st. Here are some tips on filling out your OSHA 300A form.
Safety leaders armed with data can make decisions that drive productivity, foster a strong culture of safety, and encourage improvement. Learn how.
What are the fears that inhibit employees from actively participating in safety programs? Learn for overcoming them to build a strong safety culture.
The start of the year means that your first OSHA reporting deadline’s a month away. We’ve collected resources for you in the OSHA Reporting Resource Hub.