In this California-specific special report, we’ll explore five hazards that employers of outdoor workers may need to address: weather, on- and off-road vehicles, biological hazards, solo work, and pesticide exposures.
OSHA has been busy, with several new, much-anticipated regulations recently taking effect. This report provides insight to these happenings, as well as a look ahead to the Agency’s new enforcement strategy, a review of who’s at risk of inspection in 2016, and a summary of major regulatory actions on the horizon.
CAL/OSHA Regulations, Enforcement Trends, and More
Over the past year, California has undergone a number of important workplace safety developments. This exclusive Special Report will walk you through these developments and give you a preview of what’s coming your way in 2017 so you can prepare now.
On August 31, 2015, the EPA proposed mandatory regulations for the management of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals. The goal of the new standards is to provide a regulatory scheme that addresses the unique issues that hospitals, pharmacies, and other healthcare facilities and pharmaceutical reverse distributors face.
This 4-page guidance document addresses issues and concerns related to the management of pharmaceuticals, most of which will remain relevant after the proposed requirements are finalized, which could be in 2016 or later.
In Volume 2 of 50 More Tips for More-Effective Safety Training, you’ll receive 75 pages of useful, easy to digest, safety training information. You’ll receive valuable safety training tips on chemical hazards, pesticides and poison, electrical safety, forklift, ladder and scaffold safety, in addition to many other categories. Additionally this comprehensive report provides training information on adult learners, audio conferences, diversity, follow-up training, self-paced training, and Web-based training.
In this report, we have provided individual charts for the top 10 OSHA violations for both general industry and construction, with last year’s ranking in the last column. The report also reviews the different types of OSHA violations, high profile cases, and enforcement trends.
This Safety Report is a time- and work-saving reference packed with effective training information. Topics covered include: Back Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens, Forklifts, Hazardous Waste, Lockout/Tagout, Sexual Harrassment Safety, Violence in the Workplace, plus much more.
Managing safety training, enforcing safety rules, and monitoring employee performance is a big responsibility. Follow the 12 suggestions in this special report and learn how to provide the guidance and leadership your employees need.
This safety report will help EHS professionals enhance the value of their programs and performance in the eyes of executive management. In addition, it identifies and links key EHS functions and associated business values, outlines existing methods for enhancing the business value of EHS, and offers practical tools and techniques for selling EHS initiatives to management.
Making sure your employees use required PPE is a tough responsibility that you can’t dodge. This exclusive safety report will make it lighter by providing you with four essential steps.