U.S. Department of Labor Fixes Error Dating to 2016 Implementation of “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” Regulation
The Labor Department temporarily shut down a portal for employers to report injuries and illnesses while the agency investigates a “potential compromise” of a company’s electronic data.
The second in a series of training webinars, we look at how to effectively train millennials.
OSHA’s severe injury reporting requirement, now in its second year, continues to show a disturbing trend of seven reported amputations a day at U.S. workplaces. The positive news is that the reports are leading to inspections, citations, and agreements with employers to make changes that will protect many more workers from injury.
Recorded: August 31, 2016
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Title: Setting up a Sustainable Safety System that Drives Safety Improvement
Speaker: Sean T. Lane, CSP, CHMM, EHS Manager, Domtar – Hawesville, KY Operations
What drives safety at your organization . . . not who (although important), but what? Is it …
Last fall, Congress passed a federal budget that allowed OSHA to have a one-time large increase in its maximum fines in order to adjust for inflation, since occupational safety and health infractions and penalties hadn’t increased since 1990. Moving forward, the maximum fines will increase annually based on inflation rates – as is the case for many other federal agencies
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:
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.
OSHA inspectors have been busy checking American workplaces for compliance with its safety and health standards. Here are some of the violations that were recently cited, and proposed penalties for non-compliance.
October is Fire Prevention Month and Oct. 4 through Oct. 10, 2015, is Fire Prevention Week. Here are seven statistics relating to workplace and home fire safety.