• OSHA Says Severe Injuries Reporting Requirement Paying Safety Dividends

    A 2015 rule requiring employers to report to the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) any severe work-related injuries, including hospitalization, amputation or the loss of an eye within 24 hours, is likely preventing scores of similar future injuries, according to OSHA.

  • Best Practice: Shift Workers

    Download this special report, and learn why shift work is dangerous and what you can do to make the experience safe for employees.

  • Marijuana @ Work: What Employers Need to Know

    Take a look at Infographic and learn more about what employers need to know about Marijuana at Work.

  • Marijuana in The Workplace

    Take a look at the infographic and learn about what many small business owners think about workers smoking marijuana now that it is becoming legal in more states.

  • The ROI of Safety

    Injuries can be costly. This infographic illustrates a quick run down of some of the most expensive injury claims taken from previous workers compensation claims.

  • 2015 OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Violations

    This Infographic lists OSHA’s Top 10 most-frequently cited violations in 2015. Employers need to be proactive and reduce risks from hazards before an OSHA inspection.

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OSHA Says Severe Injuries Reporting Requirement Paying Safety Dividends

A 2015 rule requiring employers to report to the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) any severe work-related injuries, including hospitalization, amputation or the loss of an eye within 24 hours, is likely preventing scores of similar future injuries, according to OSHA.

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How to keep fatigued shiftworkers from causing accidents

Best Practice: Shift Workers

Download this special report, and learn why shift work is dangerous and what you can do to make the experience safe for employees.

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Marijuana @ Work: What Employers Need to Know

Take a look at Infographic and learn more about what employers need to know about Marijuana at Work.

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Marijuana in the Workplace

Marijuana in The Workplace

Take a look at the infographic and learn about what many small business owners think about workers smoking marijuana now that it is becoming legal in more states.

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Whom OSHA fined, why and how to avoid the same fate

The ROI of Safety

Injuries can be costly. This infographic illustrates a quick run down of some of the most expensive injury claims taken from previous workers compensation claims.

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OSHA Explains How Employers Get Out of SVEP Purgatory

2015 OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Violations

This Infographic lists OSHA’s Top 10 most-frequently cited violations in 2015. Employers need to be proactive and reduce risks from hazards before an OSHA inspection.

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May 2016

SafetySmart Compliance Newsletter – May 2016

In this issue, learn how Science Fiction is now becoming a reality by reducing the load for workers, and how to keep new and young workers safe in your organization.

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Science Fiction it’s Not: Wearable Exoskeletons to Reduce Physical Loads Now Available

Stepping into a robotic-like suit that provides powered assist and increased strength may sound like something out of a superhero movie, but the technology now exists.

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YoungWorkers

Seven Statistics on New and Young Workers

Young workers are defined as those being in the 15 to 24-year-old age bracket, while new workers are defined as workers in any age group who have either been on the job for six months or less, or have been transferred to different jobs in the same workplace. Here are seven statistics relating to new and young workers:

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Workplace violence crime scene

An Emergency Response Checklist for Coping With Threats and Violence

Share this emergency response checklist from USGS Human Capital Services and Support with your workers to help them reduce the likelihood of becoming victims of violence while on the job.

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OSHA has argued that safety programs that offer incentives/rewards are inherently flawed. What do you think?

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