Tag Archives: OSHA

Creating a fall-free workplace

There are a host of different fall prevention training options, divided up by the type of workplace affected. The danger of a slip, trip or fall is something that workplaces of all kinds must minimize – but the ways in … Continue reading

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Electrical hazards: Keeping employees safe

Electrical hazards, present in a host of industries, claim many lives each year – they’re worth guarding against. Electrical hazards are one of the most universally relevant dangers to warn employees about because they are so ubiquitous. It’s hard to … Continue reading

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Machinery guarding and OSHA regulations

Workplaces with machinery are full of unique risks. Leaders have to ensure their training operations are up to protecting their employees. Any workplace that involves potentially harmful machinery has its own set of important OSHA regulations to follow. Training is … Continue reading

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OSHA training: Stay current in the face of updates

Not only are OSHA regulations important to comply with, but also they’re always evolving. It’s up to you to keep up. Keeping employees up on the latest safety procedures as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a … Continue reading

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OSHA releases results of severe injury reporting program

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, on March 17, published the results from the inaugural year of its Severe Injury Reporting Program. In 2015, employers reported approximately 10,388 severe workplace injuries, including more than 7,000 hospitalizations and over 2,000 amputations. … Continue reading

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