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Onsite Medical Testing: The new standard for medical surveillance

If you’re still sending your employees off-site for medical testing, it might be time to take another look at the different options available. Namely, opting for onsite testing. In addition to causing a loss of productivity, off-site testing can leave you open to...

OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate Faces Legal Challenges

Recently, there’s been quite a bit of news generated by OSHA’s newest Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). Now, you can add another wrinkle into the mix. Designed to cover any business with 100 or more employees, the ETS states that employers must ensure all workers...

Are your employees using proper hearing protection?

According to a recent NIOSH study, more than half the workers exposed to noise at hazardous levels at their workplace don’t consistently use the required hearing protection.  Researchers studied responses to a National Health Interview Survey conducted between 2007...

The latest on OSHA’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate (thread)

UPDATE Monday, Nov. 8, 2021 On Nov. 5, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration officially published its much-anticipated emergency temporary standard on COVID-19 vaccination and testing.  Employers with 100 employees or more have until Dec. 5 to develop,...

OSHA Focuses on Heat Protection with Proposed Rule

Millions of workers across the U.S. were exposed to record-high temperatures this year, exposing them to illness and injury in both indoor and outdoor worksites. In response, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration began to draft a rule that specifically...

The Hazards of Night Shift Work 

Night shift workers may be at increased risk of health effects including atrial fibrillation and coronary heart disease, according to a new study from researchers at Jiao Tong University and Tulane University.  These two diseases negatively affect the heart: atrial...

New Report Showcases Causes of Nearly 2 Million Workplace Deaths

On Sept. 17, the World Health Organization (WHO), in conjunction with the International Labor Organization (ILO) released a report detailing that nearly two million lives are lost each year due to work-related injuries and illnesses. The Who/ILO Joint Estimates of the...

Tampa smelter faces $320K in OSHA fines for lead exposure

In May 2020, OSHA warned a Tampa battery recycling facility and smelter about the unsafe measures of lead exposure in their workplace. A recent OSHA investigation found that no changes were made, resulting in worker exposure to lead inhalation hazards and 44 OSHA...

Are you using NIOSH approved N95 respirators?

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has issued two new fact sheets on filtering facepiece respirators. One gives criteria for assessing if an N95 filter is approved by the agency and the other provides procedures for fit testing and...

OSHA fines may increase substantially, and sooner than you think

On Sept. 9, the House Education and Labor Committee proposed considerable increases to OSHA fines as a part of their budget resolution for fiscal year 2022, which starts on Oct. 1.  The proposition was part of the committee's portion of the Build Back Better Act, a...