As they now do every year, the fine folks at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have raised their fines for 2020.
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?
Employee complaints are the number 1 reason why OSHA decides to investigate employers. So why do so many businesses ignore employees’ health & safety concerns?
We work in an industry filled with heavy machinery, noxious chemicals, and distracted workers. Keep these OSHA injury reporting timelines handy just in case.
If you have more than 10 employees, you probably need to complete OSHA Form 300A—and the deadline is coming soon. Here’s everything you need to know.
Here’s what you need to know about OSHA reporting and OSHA reportable incidents, including compliance info, exemptions from reporting and recordkeeping, & more.
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.
OSHA calls it a “voluntary program,” but it’s mandatory in many locations and industries. Here’s what you need to know about 10- and 30-hour Outreach Training.