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What are the Most Dangerous Industries? And, How Does Yours Compare?

We’ve been talking a lot about injury rates and how to benchmark yours against industry averages. This got me thinking, which ones are the most dangerous?
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What is Your TRIR? Calculate Yours and Use It to Improve Your Business

Brokers / Construction / Dealers / EHS
TRIR: Yet another acronym in the alphabet soup of safety regulations. Learn how to calculate yours and how OSHA and insurers use your score to assess your business.
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How to Develop Preventative Safety Measures: An Interview with KPA’s Jade Brainard

EHS / Podcast
In this week’s episode we discuss how data and analytics not only help develop preventative safety measures, but also predictive safety measures.
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How Should We Handle Off-Hour Injuries? Here's What OSHA Says.

Dealers
Injuries happen at all times, even during off-business hours and on the weekends. You may need to report injuries to OSHA even for after-hours events.
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How to Use Lagging Indicators to Evaluate Past Safety Performance and Improve Future

EHS / Industry
Lagging indicators can inform what improvements you can make to your safety program. Use your data to see long-term trends and evaluate performance.
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How to Fill Out Your OSHA 300A Form

EHS
OSHA reporting season's here - with the first deadline February 1st. Here are some tips on filling out your OSHA 300A form.
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Bookmark This! Find Key Dates and More in Your OSHA Reporting Resource Hub

EHS
The start of the year means that your first OSHA reporting deadline’s a month away. We’ve collected resources for you in the OSHA Reporting Resource Hub.
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OSHA Recordkeeping: 4 Reasons to Prioritize It

EHS
OSHA reporting and recordkeeping may not seem as urgent as an unconscious employee or a toppled forklift, but they’re vital to any safety management program.
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Quick Q&A: Will OSHA Use My Documentation Against Me?

EHS
Clients frequently ask, “Can my own OSHA documentation be used against me?” In 2000 OSHA released a formal policy addressing the issue. Here's what it says.
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