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OSHA Form 300A Deadline Fast Approaching

OSHA law requires most employers with 10 or more full-time workers to keep a yearly log of all workplace injuries and illnesses. This log is known as OSHA Form 300. OSHA Form 300 records all reportable injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace, where and when...

5 Ways to Avoid Rising OSHA Fines

It’s always your goal to keep your employees safe and avoid OSHA fines. And, with a recent rise in penalty rates, it’s a matter that becomes even more important. The Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015 (Section 701(b)) requires...

Whistleblower Laws Violated by Major Airline

The essence of the OSHA’s Whistleblower laws aims to give workers the confidence to report workplace related illnesses, injuries, and violations without fear of employer retaliation. Without that confidence, hazardous & unsafe conditions could go unreported,...

OSHA Set to Hold Public NACOSH Meeting

When safety bodies like OSHA or NACOSH make recommendations or rule changes, they often seek out thoughts & comments from the public, first. Now, one such meeting is set to take place in the near future. OSHA is set to hold an online meeting of the National...

Worker Complaints Leave Company Facing $298K in Fines

As an employer, it's your responsibility to keep your team safe from harm & comply with OSHA regulations. And, when worker complaints crop up from time to time, it's your duty to address them in an appropriate, timely manner. Failure to do so can land you in hot...

Failure to Report Workplace Injuries Leaves Online Giant Facing Fines

Recording and reporting workplace injuries and illnesses is a critical component of OSHA compliance. Failure to do so can leave you facing major consequences. On December 16 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor revealed that OSHA cited one of the world’s biggest online...

Two Dead After Confined Space Respiratory Protection Failure

On June 14 2022, two workers of an Arkansas construction company were found dead inside a newly installed sewer manhole. The two men were conducting testing below ground, in a confined space, before passing out from lack of oxygen. When firefighters got to the scene,...

OSHA 300A Reporting: Tips for Correctly Classifying an Incident 

The deadline to submit OSHA form 300A is March 2, 2023, for companies with 250 or more workers (or fewer, depending on industry). Employers must electronically report their data via OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application (ITA). While most of the basics are...

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Claims Maintenance Worker’s Life

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious, yet invisible threat facing workers around the country. Now, an Ann Arbor, Michigan hotel maintenance worker is believed to have succumbed to the toxic gas. Found dead on the floor of the hotel’s boiler room on November 28, the...

Lawsuit Filed Against Electric Vehicle Manufacturer for Safety Violations

At least 12 employees of an Illinois-based electric vehicle (EV) assembly plant have accused the automaker of overlooking crucial safety issues, filing a lawsuit against them. The complaints, which were filed with federal regulators, were also filed in conjunction...