The Heat is On!

Are you prepared to protect your workers and potentially avoid OSHA citations? Summer is nearly here, and forecasters predict 2024 will become the latest in a series of above-average hot summers. Now is the time for employers to evaluate how worker exposures to heat are managed and effectively controlled. In addition, OSHA has launched a targeted […]

World Hearing Day – March 3, 2024

World Hearing Day

March 3rd is the World Health Organization’s World Hearing Day! Supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Hearing Day raises awareness on preventing hearing loss and deafness. In 2024, the key topics the CDC touches on are: To read more from the CDC, click here. In the health and safety world, […]

A Guide to Decorating with Care

Decorating with Care for the Holidays

Ensuring Safety Amidst the Holiday Glow: A Guide to Decorating with Care Becoming caught up in the magic and wonder of holiday decorating is a fundamental part of the season. Arranging all the twinkling and sparkling décor is a fun way for families to show off their traditions and personality, bringing those we care about […]

The Importance of Safety Staffing: Why Every Industry Needs a Safety Advisor

In today’s fast-paced and dynamic business environment, ensuring the safety and well-being of employees is of paramount importance. Whether it’s a construction site, a manufacturing facility, or an office building, having a dedicated safety advisor on site is crucial. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of safety staffing and delve into the […]

DOT Introduces Oral Drug Testing

As part of a final rule effective June 1, 2023, employers will now have the option to have their employees drug tested using an oral test method under the DOT’s new regulation.

A Guide to Chemical-Resistant Gloves

Chemical Resistant Gloves Chemicals are a necessary part of many employers’ operations. Protecting employees from chemical hazards must always start with following the hierarchy of controls: elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and finally personal protective equipment. Elimination often is not feasible as often the chemical is essential to the process and there are no […]

Recordkeeping: Is THAT Recordable?

Injury on job site man helping coworker walk

Safety data and metrics are invaluable performance indicators for employers. Recording and mapping the variety of incidents, events, and initiatives creates powerful insights for companies to leverage. But not all data is equal and not all records should be recorded and reported the same way. There are specific sets of records that are more important […]