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Who Audits First — You or OSHA?
Hint: You don’t want it to be OSHA.
Everyone makes mistakes. That’s why the checklist was invented, and that’s why BLR® has now published an extensive program of Safety checklists. Safety management will be easier, and worries about OSHA inspections less threatening, when you use the recently updated BLR’s Safety Audit Checklists–the workplace safety audit checklist you must have!
These practical checklists are the effective way to avoid costly fines while helping your operation run safer and more smoothly. With these clear and easy-to-use checklists, you’ll see exactly how to uncover and address problems before you face a tragic accident or OSHA penalty.
Each safety checklist is reproducible and ready to use to improve accident prevention, accident response, safe chemical handling, and workplace safety.
Take your workplace safety to the next level with the 2011 edition of BLR’s Safety Audit Checklists!
Monday, April 11, 2011
Onboard or Overboard? How’s Your Safely Orientation?
When new workers are hired, one of the first things they need to learn is to work safely. Their safety is important to you—and it’s important to them.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Safety Onboarding: Day 2 and Beyond
Your safety onboarding program says a lot about your organization and the importance it gives to safety. Make sure your new hires are getting the right message.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Take the HazCom ‘Brain-Teaser’ Quiz
Got a few minutes to test your knowledge of HazCom requirements? Answer the questions below and then check your responses.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
What’s So Important About HazCom Training?
What you are about to read is the story of an actual hazardous substance accident inspected and documented by OSHA. This story highlights the importance of HazCom training.
Friday, April 15, 2011
Get Your Advanced Screening Now!
It’s always exciting to received tickets to an advanced screening of the latest installment of a blockbuster franchise or of your favorite independent director’s latest offering. But while decidedly less exciting, it’s far more important to get advanced screenings for cancer.