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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....

Breaking Down Requirements for NFPA 1582

Firefighters face extreme physical demands on the job. In fact, the biggest danger to these workers is not their safety, but their health.  Those demands leave firefighters susceptible to developing hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, and obesity. It also puts...

OSHA CITATIONS: How to Respond as an Employer

Next Steps After OSHA Citations So you've been cited by OSHA. You’re probably worrying about hefty fines, loss of productivity, bad press, and, in some situations, complete operational shutdown. While all of these scenarios are quite possible, you're not powerless....

Health & Safety Tips for Hurricane Season

Hurricane Cleanup Poses Risks for Workers   It’s hurricane season, which means emergency crews are facing hazards from flooding, power loss, structural damage, fallen trees, and storm debris. OSHA recently released a press release following Hurricane Florence. It...

Rubber Manufacturer Faces $400k in OSHA Fines

OSHA Fines Stem From 44 Health & Safety Violations   The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has cited an Ohio rubber and plastic components manufacturer with 44 health and safety violations, with potential penalties totaling $400,175. After...

SILICA RULE VIOLATION: Company Faces Over $304k in Fines

Silica Rule Enforced   A Virginia-based construction company has been issued five citations for crystalline silica-related violations. According to Bloomberg Environment, the proposed fines, totaling $304,130, could be the largest fines to date under the new silica...