Special Reports

To access any of our hundreds of available whitepapers, simply click on the image or title below. At the bottom of each whitepaper page you will see a “download now” PDF icon that you can click on to read a digital version of the whitepaper or save a copy to your computer and print at your leisure.

Why does your company spend money on safety? An effective safety program costs money. Your job, as a safety director, is to get the CEO and upper management to come up with the funds to build and maintain such a program. Learn how with our latest whitepaper: Selling Safety to Executives Suites.

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Download special report to protect workers from not only the “standard” safety hazards, such as dangerous chemicals, falls and pinch points in machinery, but also other less traditional hazards, including workplace violence.

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The best way to protect your workers and your business is to expect the unexpected. Use this booklet to guide you when immediate action is necessary.

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Every year, drivers – distracted by the use of mobile devices – cause 636,000 crashes, 342,000 injuries, and 2,600 deaths.

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An OSHA inspection can be a scary experience.
Of course, if you’re one of those employers who neglect safety, there’s not a whole lot we can do to help you.
The problem is that OSHA inspections can also be an ordeal for employers that care about safety and try …

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A special report on how accidents caused by employees driving distracted can result in liability to the organization.

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Retrieved from: Occupational Safety & Health Administration
 
This standard applies to General Industry (Part 1910), Shipyards (Part 1915), Marine Terminals (Part 1917), Longshoring (Part 1918), and Construction (Part 1926).

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This plan is designed to reduce the risk of heat-related disorders for all employees working onshore, near-shore and offshore response operations related to the MC252 oil spill. Preventative measures are intended to prevent an increase of internal body temperature 1ºC (approximately 2ºF), above resting temperatures.

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As the Small Business Administration begins the process of engaging what will be a panel of small businesses in a review of a proposed OSHA injury and illness prevention program (I2P2) standard through the SBREFA process that all OSHA rulemaking must undergo (view here), the …

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Workplace violence, whether it is defined narrowly to include only violent criminal acts, or broadly to include verbal threats, has long affected retail workers. OSHA developed these recommendations to help late-night retail employers design and implement prevention programs tailored to the workplace violence hazards in …

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