1. Last week to upgrade your workplace first aid kit before regulation change
    Categories: General Safety Topics

    Last week to upgrade your workplace first aid kit before regulation change

    The new ANSI Z308.1-2015 Standard— Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies goes into effect this Friday... this changes the minimum requirements for business first aid kits, cabinets and supplies nationwide - not only in the States governed directly by OSHA, but also in the 28 States and Territories that have their own OSHA Approved State Plans. If you haven't already...
  2. Workplace Safety Investment means Higher Profits
    Categories: General Safety Topics

    Workplace Safety Investment means Higher Profits

    OSHA fines, Injuries, Workers' Comp... How do businesses stay in business? Well, actually modest investment in safety training, signage, and communication can increase morale, reduce accidents and avoid fines. Some considerations are: The importance of the employees work relationship Rules for temporary workers. What OSHA means by “restricted work” What are the exceptions to OSHA recordability Prescription medications versus OTC...
  3. Categories: General Safety Topics

    CDC Foundation’s New Business Pulse Focuses on Workplace Safety

    Business Pulse: Workplace Safety and Health, just launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Foundation, focuses on innovative employer strategies using science-based solutions from CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to address emerging worker safety and health issues and well-recognized workplace hazards and exposures. The issue features an interactive infographic that provides useful facts...
  4. Categories: Info News & Disaster & Survival Forum

    Looking for a change in 2015?

    Here is one New Year's resolution that is easy to keep: learn more about what you can do to help prepare you and your family for emergencies. Don't know where to start? Visit Ready.gov to learn what protective measures to take before, during, and after an emergency. Interested in stepping up your preparedness game? The 2015 Seasonal Preparedness Messaging Calendar will guide you...
  5. Categories: General Safety Topics & Info News

    OSHA Whistleblower Protection Program

    OSHA's Whistleblower Protection Program When we hear about "whistle blowing", what comes to mind might be big banks and white-collar crime; but the Whistleblower Protection Program extends into many other areas, including protecting employees under the OSH Act. In fact, OSHA has the job of enforcing laws that protect employees from discrimination by employers for exercising their rights under the...
  6. Categories: General Safety Topics

    OSHA Safety Topics and Training

    OSHA Safety Training keeps your company compliant with OSHA Standards and offers training in every category of work - OSHA's Safety and Health Topics provide information on specific safety and health hazards, as well as specific hazard information on different industries. These topics provide information on hazard identification and control, as well as existing OSHA standards where applicable. This information can be...
  7. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Food Manufacturing Safety

    Safety in the food manufacturing industry is critical for both workers and the end consumers of the products. While regulations are extensive, food-processing safety can be achieved with proper sanitation, equipment maintenance and full employee training. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides a complete list of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) for the food processing industry. Common food safety...
  8. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Take a Spring Stand for Falls. #StandDown4Safety

    Tens of thousands of employers and more than 1 million workers across the country are expected to join the Occupational Safety and Health Administration this week in safety stand-downs to focus on preventing fatalities from falls. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year...
  9. Categories: General Safety Topics & Info News

    Injury Prevention and Safety through Data Mining

    Data Mining isn't just for Marketing - With so much focus lately on what companies are tracking about our internet searches, trends, shipping habits, etc - we forget that data analysis has been around for a long time and provides a lot of very helpful non-commercial value, too. According to the October issue of Monthly Labor Review, the Bureau of...
  10. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Emergency Preparedness and Response

    Emergencies occur everywhere... at home, on the road, and certainly in the workplace. OSHA has guidelines to help plan to deal with Emergencies at work: Emergencies can create a variety of hazards for workers in the impacted area. Preparing before an emergency incident plays a vital role in ensuring that employers and workers have the necessary equipment, know where to...

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