June 30, 2022 - An in-depth article by Team Supervisor, Stephany Birkholz, talks about the implications of the Heat Illness National Emphasis Program and what businesses can do and expect from OSHA.
Container labeling is a critical part of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, and one that trips up a lot of safety teams. We’ve got some best practices for you.
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a new rule to protect consumers by targeting junk fees and bait-and-switch advertising tactics employed by dealers.
Hurricanes are a considerable concern for many of our customers. But without much to do to fight a hurricane or any other natural disaster head-on, the best thing that safety managers can do is stay one step ahead of the next big one.
With falls being the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death, this last week of National Safety Month we’ll focus on reducing slips, trips and falls, including falls from heights.
The FTC has proposed a new rule, the “Motor Vehicle Dealers Trade Regulation Rule,” which will affect dealers nationwide. It seeks to create a set of guidelines to “protect consumers and honest dealers by making the car-buying process more clear and competitive.”
June 17, 2022 - Hazard Communication ranks in the top 5 OSHA violations every year. A KPA compliance consultant breaks down the three things every hazard communication program needs to have.
On this episode of The Safety Meeting, we discuss the rise of electric vehicles and how dealerships can address EV safety concerns. Listen in!
Employees have the right to know what chemicals they could be exposed to and their potential hazards. That’s the reason for OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and why Safety Data Sheets are important.