OSHA wants to make finding and utilizing quality safety resources about stopping slip and falls easily available to everyone.
OSHA has just released a new draft to its Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines.
In the past OSHA has used the number of inspections performed during a fiscal year as a target and generally performs around 40,000 inspections a year.
There are many important contributing factors to workplace safety. Properly training employees should be on the top of the list.
The OSHA website states that the poster must be displayed in a conspicuous place where employees can see it.
The State of Michigan is serious about helping businesses make health and safety improvements.
OSHA recently announced a revision to their rule on reporting severe injuries.
The electronic data would be easily accessible to outside entities via OSHA’s website.
There are three different scenarios a user can go through: OSHA Visual Inspection Training, Manufacturing Facility and Construction.
Last week marked a special day of remembrance for OSHA and employees in many companies around the world.
Back in November 2013 Phase One of an OSHA sponsored Stand Down took place for the Oil and Gas Industry.
On November 7th, 2013 OSHA issued a proposed rule that would change the way injuries and illnesses are reported.
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