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  • How Should Hazardous Chemicals be Managed on Job Sites?

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says it needs to update regulations that are supposed to protect workers from hazardous substances, and it's asking employers and others with a ... Read Article

2014 Posts

  • How Should Hazardous Chemicals be Managed on Job Sites?

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says it needs to update regulations that are supposed to protect workers from hazardous substances, and it's asking employers and others with a stake in workplace safety for input. Permissible exposure limits (PELs) are at ... Read Article
  • Why Your Work Site Needs a Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

    A job safety analysis (JSA) is a technique that helps supervisors,employees and safety professionals identify job hazards before they occur. If jobs at your work site pose hazards or potential safety hazards, they can benefit from a JSA. Having a JSA can prevent or reduce the ... Read Article
  • How You Can Improve Your Business's Fire Safety Training

    The risk of a workplace fire is not something anyone can take lightly. Despite this, fire safety training is often thrown in during orientation for new employees. Your workplace fire safety program should not be relegated to one item on a long list of paperwork and orientation ... Read Article
  • What's the Best Eye Protection for Employees?

    Eyes are easily damaged, and not just from blows to the head. A trace of chemical or a speck of metal is all that's required for a serious eye injury and a visit from Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspectors. Because of this danger, OSHA requires eye and ... Read Article
  • New Rules for Reporting Accidents Start Jan. 1, 2015

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has specific rules for when employers must report severe injuries and deaths from work-related accidents. Starting in January, those rules will change. Currently, employers must notify OSHA of work-related fatalities within eight ... Read Article
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