More than 40 years ago — before OSHA was created — an estimated 14,000 workers were killed on the job every year. Today, workplaces are much safer and healthier — going from 38 fatal injuries a day to 12 …
5 Ways to Use Near-Miss Reporting to Promote a Culture of Safety
Ever had a close call that could have had a very bad ending? These situations happen every day in the workplace. Next time, instead of simply exhaling a sigh of relief and saying “all’s well that ends well,” take action
OSHA Top 10 Violations for 2015
Deputy Director Urges Employers to be Proactive in Order to Avoid Being Cited With the recently announced increase in OSHA fines and changes on how inspections are tallied ahead, it is even more critical for employers to be aware of
What Should Be Included In an On-site Health Fair?
And What are the Employee Benefits? Employee wellness can have a tremendous effect on the performance of a company as a whole, and businesses across the country are embracing the idea that a healthier workforce is more productive and more