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Protecting the Essential Worker From COVID-19

The majority of states in the U.S. have ordered “Non-Essential” businesses to close in order to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus. While that means many workers are being forced to stay at home, it also means that essential workers will be going into work...

COVID-19 Symptom Screening in Your Workplace 

With the growing spread of COVID-19 cases in the U.S, every workplace has to adapt to keep workers healthy and safe. For many businesses, this means temporarily shutting the doors or having employees work from home. For companies that continue with on-site work,...

Is COVID-19 a Recordable Illness?

COVID-19 news, questions, and confusion -- caused by the ongoing pandemic of the novel coronavirus --  are spreading almost as rapidly as the virus itself. It comes as no surprise that many employers wonder whether or not they need to report cases of COVID-19 as...

OSHA Tells Employers to Prepare for Coronavirus Outbreak

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued guidance on preparing workplaces for a COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. The guidance breaks down risk categories and recommendations on how employers can reduce workers’ risk of exposure.  *We’re continuing to...

Employer Responsibility For Coronavirus

On Jan. 30, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of a previously unidentified novel coronavirus, now called SARS-CoV-2, to be a public health emergency of international concern. One day later, the United States followed suit and declared a public health...

OSHA Revises National Emphasis Program for Silica

In February, OSHA announced a revised National Emphasis Program (NEP) for respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in general industry, maritime, and construction. In general, NEP’s are designed to focus OSHA’s resources on particular hazards and high-hazard industries....

Severe Violator in Delaware Fined Again by OSHA 

A Delaware-based railcar cleaning and repair company faces penalties of $371k for worker safety and health violations.  In August 2019, OSHA investigators searched the company’s tank rail car and cleaning facility after receiving a complaint of numerous health and...

Employer’s Guide to Personal Protective Equipment – Eye & Face Protection

Every year, thousands of workers are blinded by occupational injuries. The majority of these injuries are those that could have been prevented with proper eye and face protection. Businesses suffer costs of more than $300 million each year in lost production time,...

The OSHA Silica Standard is About to Get More Strict

OSHA’s medical surveillance requirements for employees exposed to respirable crystalline silica have been in effect since June 2018. Soon, they're about to get even more strict. Effective June 23, 2020, employers will be required to assess exposures for employees who...

Here’s the Final Rule on Chemical Incident Reporting 

On Feb. 5, the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) issued its long-anticipated final rule on chemical incident reporting. A prepublication version of the rule was posted on csb.gov, stating that owners or operators of chemical facilities must report to the agency within eight...