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Will OSHA, MSHA Adopt Temporary COVID-19 Standards?

On Jan. 21, President Biden signed an Executive Order that directs the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) to consider adopting emergency temporary standards relating to COVID-19.  If the emergency...

Reminder: Respirator Fit Testing is Required Every Year 

Every employer knows that employees need to get fit tested for respirators before being able to use them on the jobsite. That’s the first part of OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910. But, what often slips past some employers is the second part of the regulation.  The full...

Willful OSHA Violations Could Lead to Criminal Charges

Most employers are aware of the financial penalties they may face when health and safety violations occur on the job site. But, the consequences of these violations are not just limited to monetary penalties or hazard abatement requirements levied by OSHA.  Under the...

Top 10 Worksite EHS Articles for 2020

It seems like a year that just wouldn't end, but 2020 is finally coming to a close. From OSHA's silica rule to COVID-19 (and everything about respirators), there's been a lot to cover over the past 12 months. Below, we've compiled a list of the top 10 articles...

EPA Rule Rolls Back Farmer Pesticide Protections 

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) revised pesticide application exclusion zone requirement in their final rule on agricultural worker protection goes into effect on Dec. 29. The new rule, which was published in the Oct. 30 Federal Register, relaxes limits on...

How to Create a COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

The National Safety Council is urging employers to support the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. This request comes in response to the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of Pfizer’s vaccine for emergency use. In a Dec. 14 press release, the NCS stated that...

10 Flu Season Tips to Keep Your Workplace Healthy

In addition to a global pandemic, it’s also flu season. That means it’s more important than ever to take precautions to keep the seasonal flu from spreading. Here are 10 ways to keep your workers safe during the peak of the flu season:  1. Recommend all workers get...

Who Gets the COVID-19 Vaccine First? 

The Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use on Dec. 11. The authorization opens the door for millions to begin receiving the vaccine within days. Not surprisingly, healthcare workers, along with residents and staff at...

How to Prepare For Cold Weather Work

The winter chill is creeping up in most parts of the country. With all eyes on COVID-19 precautions, it’s important for employers not to lose sight of other workplace hazards, including cold weather.  In 2018, injuries and illnesses caused by cold stress spiked nearly...

DOL OIG Advises MSHA to Lower Silica Exposure Limit 

The Department of Labor Office of Inspector General (DOL OIG) advised the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) to lower the exposure limit for silica to a safer level. The DOL OIG made this among other recommendations in a Nov. 16 report titled, "MSHA Needs To...