According to a recent study out of Duke University, one OSHA press release can reduce EHS incident rates as much as 210 agency inspections would.
Under OSHA’s General Duty Clause, employers have an obligation to protect their employees from serious hazards—even the hazard is unusual or unprecedented.
Are you doing enough to avoid the most common OSHA citations for automotive dealerships and repair shops? Here’s what you need to look out for.
To help employers understand the economic impact of employee health and safety accidents, OSHA has created a handy calculator. We decided to give “$afety Pays” a $pin and see if workplace injuries really cost as much as OSHA would have you believe.
Electrical issues related to wiring are one of the most dangerous workplace hazards—and one of the most common OSHA violations. Here’s what you need to know.
From amputations to OSHA fines, improperly guarded machines carry serious risks. Here’s what you need to know about OSHA’s machine guarding requirements.
Falls are the #1 reason employees get hurt or killed at work. Learn how to keep your workers safe and comply with OSHA’s fall protection and training standards.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have raised their fines for 2020.
Forklifts can be dangerous. Loads can fall. Vehicles can tip over. Pedestrians can get hit. Learn how to keep your workforce safe and avoid an OSHA violation.