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Recordkeeping Done Right: Filing the OSHA 300 Forms

Everyone knows that proper recordkeeping is one of the keys to a successful EHS strategy. But with countless regulations to track and different forms to fill out, how do you make sure you’re staying on top of the requirements? Today, we discuss one of the most well-known incident reporting documents: the OSHA Forms 300, 300A, […]

How does OSHA protect workers against workplace violence?

Workplace violence and harassment can be detrimental to a company’s culture and bottom line. People do not just suddenly snap; there is usually an emotional build-up or a trigger that precipitates the outburst or violent incident. Who’s at most risk? How can we prevent this within the workplace? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) […]

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Which hazards are on OSHA’s 10 most-cited safety violations list?

“Some things will never change.” When you hear this quote, usually it means bad news. Can’t teach an old dog new tricks, is another similar saying. Unfortunately, in the case of 8 of the 10 of the entries on OSHA’s 2018 top 10 Most Frequently Cited Violations list across all industries were on last year’s […]

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Are you putting your company at risk from EHS non-compliance?

At what cost, are you putting your company at risk? When it comes to dealing with non-compliance in Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) management, one of the first things on most people’s minds are the financial damages. Of course, the prospect of losing money serves as a good deterrent for non-compliance. However, pursuing EHS compliance […]

OSHAs 10 of the worst workplace fails

Don’t try this at work: This week’s 10 best (worst?) fails from the OSHA subreddit.

This week I made an amazing discovery: The OSHA Subreddit. It might have been a place where people could come to discuss the ins and outs of workplace health and safety legislation. I could have been a place for people to come to ask questions to seek advice. It should have been many things. What it was, was […]

Five of the worst workplace disasters in History

5 min read As workplace safety advocates grow stronger, so to do their detractors grow louder. It seems commonplace for any type of discussion that takes place on the internet that for every ten people who are totally for something there is one very loud person against it. Workplace safety discussion is no exception to […]