Certain employers are required to electronically submit data from injury and illness records to OSHA each year, and changes to the rule have recently been finalized. This infographic provides an overview of the requirements and answers to some frequently asked questions about electronic recordkeeping.
In November 2018, OSHA finalized a long-awaited rule on crane operator certification requirements, amending the standard at 29 CFR 1926.1427. Still confused about what you need to know? Check out the infographic for an overview of employers’ responsibilities for training, certification, evaluation, and more.
Determining whether an injury or illness must be recorded on your OSHA 300 Log can be tricky, to say the least. Follow the steps on our flowchart as it guides you through OSHA’s criteria for recordable cases.
Good training is the cornerstone of every successful environment, health, and safety program. However, it can be a challenge to ensure that your trainees engage with, absorb, and—perhaps most importantly—retain the information you need to communicate to them. There are plenty of methods and tools out there that aim to maximize adult learning, and one […]
Do you know the difference between what is considered construction or maintenance? The type of work performed dictates what standards you need to follow. Use this infographic to find out if your task is considered construction or maintenance.
There are a lot of exciting innovations popping up in the field of environment, health, and safety, and the technological revolution shows no signs of slowing down. What does this interconnectedness of safety functions, what we might call the digital transformation of EHS, mean for you? We have two guests today to talk to us […]
There are plenty of safety considerations when driving a truck equipped with a large, extendible crane. One that (we would hope) goes without saying is the driver must completely lower the crane before driving through a busy intersection surrounded by power lines and stop lights. And yet … well, watch the video. This jaw-dropping scene […]
It’s one of the most instantly recognizable hazards when you step onto many worksites—noise. A lot of us tend to think, well, just use some PPE, and that’s that. However, there’s much more to a hearing conservation program than meets the eye, or, shall we say, meets the ear. What are some of the things […]
Watch this short video to see how one general contractor utilized iAuditor to keep safety and quality on track while building a high-rise in the heart of San Francisco. Watch the Video
We all know that protecting employees from safety and environmental hazards is just the right thing to do, but business needs cannot be ignored. Going beyond compliance, how can an EHS manager demonstrate to business stakeholders the return on investment of their efforts—or, to put it another way, what is the return on safety in […]