Category Archives: Workplace Health and Safety

Companies must stay aware of OSHA rule changes

OSHA issues updates to its industry-defining rules periodically. Here are two recent changes to take note of. Complying with the rules and regulations set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is essential for companies of all industries, sizes and descriptions. … Continue reading

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Re-commit to a culture of workplace safety in 2018

Instilling a culture of safety is a near-universal corporate goal, and the New Year is a great time to put such a plan in action. The end of one year and beginning of the next is a perfect time to … Continue reading

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Training employees to handle hazardous waste safely

Properly handling and disposing of hazardous waste is essential, for the safety of employees and the environment alike. Hazardous waste can be an inescapable part of some industries. Whether companies produce these potentially dangerous chemicals in large or small amounts, … Continue reading

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Train Employees Proactively to Stop Harassment Before it Starts

Allowing harassment in the workplace is against the law and hugely damaging to a company’s culture. Addressing the issue through means such as training is essential. Eliminating harassment from the workplace is an essential part of effective management. With so … Continue reading

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Recognizing and coping with workplace hazards

Recognizing hazards in the workplace and preparing to deal with them are key processes for all companies today. Hazards in the workplace take many forms. Unless employees have been trained to recognize and avoid these dangers, they may inadvertently increase … Continue reading

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