The Real Cost of a Workplace Injury

We all know injuries can be expensive, but how many people know exactly how much an injury costs? Finding the real cost of a workplace injury not only shows the financial implications but forces us to think about the auxiliary effects of an incident. When a worker gets injured, what are the effects on production, […]

OSHA Embracing a Journalistic Attitude

OSHA editorials

From 2010’s Severe Violator Enforcement Program, now nearing 500 employers to a new tactic brought up to highlight unsafe employers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has made one thing clear—those employers who don’t protect workers will be made known.

What Are the Costliest Injuries in the Workplace?

$59.58 billion. Looks like a lot of money, right? That’s because it is. That number, the direct cost of the top ten leading causes of the most disabling injuries in the United States, exceeds the gross domestic product of 102 countries in the world.