OSHA’s COVID-19 National Emphasis Program puts a focus on whistleblower protections. Learn how to protect your business from employee complaints and OSHA inspections.
With $1.9 trillion, there is a lot of relief on the way for businesses and workers. It's important to know what the final package includes and what action businesses should take next.
OSHA published a COVID-19 National Emphasis Program (NEP) to reduce or eliminate workers' exposure in high-hazard industries. The NEP covers guidance on inspections and retaliation protections.
Joe Souza, wrote about what happens if OSHA decides there's a need for an emergency workplace regulation.
Joe Souza, KPA’s District Manager based in California, explains how increased OSHA COVID-19 enforcement has affected businesses he works with.
Now that vaccines are becoming available, employers must decide what their role is as employees return to work. Let's take a look at some of the things you need to consider when it comes to COVID-19 and your workforce.
A recent survey shows nearly 25% of workers claim that their places of employment aren’t taking the necessary steps to address the virus. Dive into the data.
January 21st, 2021 President Biden signed an Executive Order directing OSHA to consider emergency temporary standards related to COVID-19. So, what would a nationwide virus-specific rule mean to employers?
Keep your employees safe by following the CDC’s tips for limiting workplace violence associated with COVID-19 prevention policies.