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Improve Workplace Safety & Health, Increase Your Bottom Line

OSHA compliance shouldn’t just be about meeting the bare minimum requirements. While employers do have a duty to provide a safe environment for their workers, being proactive about workplace safety and health also improves your company’s bottom line.  Every year,...

How to Reduce Risk in Shift Work

Rotating Schedules and Shifts   Nowadays, many businesses and industries are expected to function around the clock. This calls for a rotating work schedule, known as shift work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, shift work is a way of life for nearly...

How to Protect Your Team from the Effects of Silica

There is an unassailable scientific reason OSHA and state OSHA authorities have regulations to protect workers from exposure to respirable crystalline silica. The goal: to reduce the risks of life-altering and deadly diseases. Or, more simply, the effects of silica....

Health & Safety Challenges for Female Firefighters

A new report from the U.S. Fire Administration addresses the unique health and safety issues that women often face in the fire and emergency medical services professions. Emerging Health and Safety Issues Among Women in the Fire Service offers recommendations and...

Top 5 OSHA Citations for Chemical Manufacturers 

Between October 2018 & September 2019, OSHA conducted a total of 195 inspections of chemical manufacturing plants. As a result, the administration issued 759 citations and fines totaling $2.6 million.  This data, recently posted on the agency’s website, reveals...

Respirator Protection & No-Shave November

In September 2019, OSHA revealed a preliminary list of its top ten most frequently cited standard violations for the fiscal year. While respiratory protection fell from fourth to fifth place, it remains in the top five for the fifth straight year. The final number of...

Ohio Facility Fined $158K for Noise, Silica Violations

A  Mount Vernon, Oh. concrete production plant faces proposed penalties of $158,555 for 20 health and safety violations. OSHA inspectors determined that the facility’s noise levels exceeded the permissible exposure limit. Furthermore, it also failed to test, train,...

Fined By OSHA? Here’s What You Need To Do Next.

It happened. You were fined by OSHA. Now, it’s time to learn how you can improve your business in the future and avoid any more fines. In fact, taking steps to improve your business can actually help in lowering your penalty by showing some good faith.   The “Quick...

Contractor Fined for Workplace Asbestos Exposure 

A Buffalo, NY contractor faces $168,772 in proposed penalties for improper workplace asbestos removal and disposal. The company was contracted by a door and trim company to remove asbestos from piping. OSHA determined that it failed to take the following required...

OSHA’s Preliminary Top 10 Violations for 2019

In September, OSHA revealed a preliminary list of its top ten most frequently cited standard violations for fiscal year 2019. The administration’s purpose in publishing the list every year is to encourage employers to examine and identify hazards in their workplaces,...