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EHSDA Song of the Week: Good to Be on the Road Back Home

Ultimately, the goal of every safety professional is to ensure that workers get home safely to their families. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. In that vein, the Song of the Week is a 1997 gem from U.K. indie rock act Cornershop, “Good to Be on the Road Back Home.” Cornershop was formed in […]

Infographic: Preventing Worker Fatigue

Worker fatigue is a hazard hiding in plain sight for employees and workplaces, potentially costing businesses millions of dollars per year. Here’s what employers can do to reduce the risk of worker fatigue and help employees get the appropriate amount of sleep.

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OSHA Cites Illinois Contractor for Continuing Fall Violations

Elmer Miller, an Illinois construction contractor operating as Miller Building Systems LLC, faces $354,912 in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) fines after the agency again found workers were exposed to falls from elevation at four jobsites. The agency cited Miller with four willful fall protection violations, OSHA announced July 12. Agency investigators observed violations […]

EHSDA Shorts: Why is Technology-Enabled Learning Important in the Workplace?

In this installment of EHSDA Shorts, Scott Gaddis, Vice President, Global Practice Leader – Safety and Health, Intelex Technologies in Toronto, explains why technology-enabled learning is important in the workplace. This clip was taken from a webinar titled “Fireside Chat| Building a Strong Safety Culture with Data“, as part of the EHS Daily Advisor Safety […]

Dollar General Settles OSHA Citations

Discount retail chain Dollar General entered into a corporatewide settlement agreement with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), agreeing to make significant workplace safety improvements in stores nationwide, the agency announced July 11. Dollar General agreed to pay $12 million in penalties and implement corporatewide changes that would make employee safety a priority, according […]

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Back to Basics: What is the OSHA Form 300 and How Do I Use It?

Back to Basics is a weekly feature that highlights important but possibly overlooked information that any EHS professional should know. This week, we take a look at the OSHA 300 log and how to use it. If you’ve ever questioned what to record on your OSHA Form 300, short for OSHA Log of Injuries and […]

Faces of EHS: 2023 Questions 

Are you an environment, health, and safety (EHS) professional with something to contribute to your professional community? If so, we want to hear from you! Faces of EHS is our feature series where we profile leaders in the EHS industry, shining a light on their background, best practices, trends, and, most importantly, how they keep […]

Infographic: OSHA Top 10 List for FY 2022

The construction industry fall protection standard remains the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) most frequently cited standard for the 12th year in a row, the agency announced on September 20. Patrick Kapust, acting director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented a list of preliminary figures for fiscal year (FY) 2022—the fiscal year ends September […]

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Infographic: Preventing Worker Fatigue

Worker fatigue is a hazard hiding in plain sight for employees and workplaces, potentially costing businesses millions of dollars per year. Here’s what employers can do to reduce the risk of worker fatigue and help employees get the appropriate amount of sleep.

EHSDA Shorts: Why is Technology-Enabled Learning Important in the Workplace?

In this installment of EHSDA Shorts, Scott Gaddis, Vice President, Global Practice Leader – Safety and Health, Intelex Technologies in Toronto, explains why technology-enabled learning is important in the workplace. This clip was taken from a webinar titled “Fireside Chat| Building a Strong Safety Culture with Data“, as part of the EHS Daily Advisor Safety […]

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