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Clutter and mess create unnecessary hazards for workers—as well as major headaches for executives if OSHA comes to visit. Here’s why housekeeping matters.
Last week, OSHA and the White House formally announced an indoor and outdoor heat illness and injury National Emphasis Program. We're covering what it is, what it means for you, and next steps.
What’s the difference between a corrective and preventive action? How do you figure out which ones are most important to tackle first?
From amputations to OSHA fines, improperly guarded machines carry serious risks. Here’s what you need to know about OSHA’s machine guarding requirements.
Here’s a quick post to remind our fine readers of all the free resources you can use to improve your organization’s outcomes…right now.
This week we chat about committing to the safety of your workers, laying the foundation for your safety programs, and believing that people matter above all else.
What safety topics should you be covering to ensure workforce safety & compliance? Here are 21 options for your next safety meeting.
We’ve been talking a lot about injury rates and how to benchmark yours against industry averages. This got me thinking, which ones are the most dangerous?
Under OSHA’s General Duty Clause, employers have an obligation to protect their employees from serious hazards—even ifthe hazard is unusual or unprecedented.