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Secretary of Labor Looks to Limit Defense Against Duplicative OSHA Citations

One OSHA Violation Could Lead to Several Citations If your workplace is fined for a single OSHA violation, that doesn’t always mean you’ll get just one citation. Sometimes multiple OSHA standards can apply to a single violation. This can double or even triple...

How to Prepare Your Employees For Cold Weather Work

Cold Weather Work Hazards Winter is here. For many, that means dressing in layers and keeping warm inside. However, winter time has a whole different meaning for those who work outdoors. In the colder months, workers who are exposed to cold and windy conditions can be...

How Mobile Medical Testing Limits Risk, Cuts Costs For Employers

Opportunity Cost & Employer Liability Employers are constantly faced with balancing convenience and efficiency with thoroughness and safety on their work sites, but there shouldn’t have to be a compromise between those essentials. Staying OSHA compliant is no easy...

Reduce Noise and Silica Exposure with This Simple Change

Changing Your Drills May Reduce Hearing Loss Each year, 22 million workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise on the job. Those who frequently drill concrete, such as construction or maintenance workers, are at the biggest risk of exposure to high levels of...

Report Shows Overdose Problem in the Construction Industry

CDC Investigated Nearly 58,000 Drug-Related Deaths During Five-Year Span Substance-use disorders are both dangerous and costly. Unfortunately, they are among the most common conditions affecting Americans.A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control analyzed the...

OSHA Launches Site-Specific Targeting

New OSHA Program to Target High Injury & Illness Rates Last month, OSHA announced that they are bringing back Site Specific Targeting (SST) that will utilize the 2016 300A data that employers submitted electronically in 2017. This plan, effective on Oct. 16, 2018,...

Do You Need to Say ‘No’ to No-Shave November?

Must-Shave November?   No-Shave November has become a movement for men to ditch their razors in order to grow out their beards (or their mo’s) in order to raise awareness for cancer. But if you’re required to wear a tight-fitting respirator at work — it’s important to...

2018 OSHA Top 10 Violations List Released

Most OSHA Violations Remain the Same, Sans One Addition   Last week, OSHA released its top 10 OSHA violations of 2018 list at the National Safety Congress in Houston, TX. The administration's deputy director, Patrick Kapust, announced the results during the National...

NJ Pet Food Manufacturer Fined $152,829 by OSHA

Follow-Up Inspection Unearths Several Violations   The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has fined New Jersey pet food manufacturer $152,829 for exposing employees to unsafe work conditions. The violations, which include failing to implement a...

Combustible Dust Health & Safety

OSHA regulates combustible dust   Earlier this month, a New Jersey lumber company was cited by OSHA for exposing employees to combustible dust hazards. Inspectors determined that the company was failing to properly control the dust that resulted from wood processing....