Tag: Stat of the Week
How do fatality rates measure up in your state? In your industry? We dug through the data to help you learn where to focus your efforts.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have raised their fines for 2020.
KPA launched the Hazard Communication Program Grader to assess if organizations were complying with a key OSHA rule. Here’s what we’ve learned.
What’s the most dangerous job in America in 2020? How did the COVID-19 pandemic change things? Here’s what data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has to say.
Trying to quantify onboarding? I’d like to introduce you to a new way to think about human capital expenses: unproductive compensation.
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.
A wrongful termination claim sounds like an “ouch.” But how bad is it, really? Not great, as it turns out. Win or lose, here’s what you can expect to pay.
In fiscal year 2019, OSHA conducted a whopping 33,401 inspections. That’s over 1,000 more than in FY 2018—and the highest number since 2015.
KPA’s F&I Program Grader serves as an industry benchmark and helps dealers gauge their F&I departments’ regulatory risk. See the results of our 2019 survey.