From tips on working safely during COVID-19 to state-by-state maps of safety measures, the most popular posts on the KPA blog in 2020 were coronavirus-related.
By targeting habits, any organization can expose unsafe behaviors, adopt new ones, and establish a true safety culture. Here’s how three companies did it.
As the world experiences COVID fatigue, how can health and safety advocates help people understand the coronavirus is still a real hazard? We dug up some answers.
31 states require employers to manage workplace safety and health through comprehensive safety plans and/or safety committees. Get the details from KPA.
When OSHA agents visit a facility, they tend not to leave until they’ve discovered an issue worth a $10,000 fine. Learn the basics to protect your business.
OSHA is going after more and more businesses for coronavirus-related violations. Stay COVID-safe and off of the regulatory radar with this quick quiz.
There are several federal rules taking effect January 1, 2021. Find out what you need to know from the EEOC, Department of Labor, IRS, and Social Security Administration.
When looking at incidents and injuries, it’s easy to go the way of the Titanic...considering only the direct costs that can impact your business. But like an iceberg, there’s a whole host of costs under the surface that can eat away at your bottom line too.
California is one of the states at the forefront of proactively developing regulations to address the pandemic. Regardless of where you operate, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on California regulations, as they often influence regulations across the country. With that in mind, here’s the latest on COVID-19 regulations in place or coming soon in California.
OSHA Top 10
Do you know everything you need to know about the 10 most frequently cited Occupational Health and Safety Administration standards?
Sales F&I Compliance
Are you up to speed on the latest Sales and F&I regulations? This series aims to keep you on top of all the changes.