Conducting regular safety training is key to keep workers safe, but coming up with a topic throughout the year to keep employees engaged can be a challenge. Here’s a list of ideas to use each month to help you create your annual training program.
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In fiscal year (FY) 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) conducted a total of 32,023 inspections and cited U.S. employers with 63,363 violations and nearly $184 million in penalties. According to the Agency’s 2018 Enforcement Summary, over half (56 percent) of those inspections were unprogrammed, meaning they were conducted in response to an employee complaint, an imminent danger situation, an injury or fatality, or a referral.
Use this handy 33‑item checklist to identify what you need to do before you hire temps or send them to a client site. This checklist explains what steps to take to keep temporary workers safe from workplace hazards.
Check out this free infographic highlighting the top 10 most frequently violated OSHA standards for FY 2017, and the average penalty associated with each citation, to improve your compliance obligations and avoid common safety errors and costly fines.
Is your safety culture on the road to greatness? Or are you in for a bumpy ride? Check out this free infographic to see how your organization measures up against the 7 key indicators of an excellent safety culture.
In this special report, we outline the best strategies for implementing and improving safety training, incentives and discipline, and safety leadership to improve safety culture. It will provide the baseline knowledge you need to limit your liability, comply with federal regulations, and drive safety success in your organization for your entire workforce.
A recent survey in a report entitled Participation Counts: A Look at Participation-Based Safety highlights how safety leaders across a multitude of industries are encouraging employees to actively participate in workplace safety. The infographic provides insight into an emerging approach to EHS management, participation-based safety. Download the FREE infographic today!
Discover new ways to develop your safety leadership skills and implement best practices to strengthen your team and build an excellent safety culture. Download the FREE infographic today!
Although most safety programs and research center around safe work practices and engineering solutions to safety and health problems, those strategies are not likely to have the desired effect if you don’t also have an effective way to encourage employees to engage in safe behaviors every day on the job. Behavior-based safety (BBS) programs can […]
Whatever the reason, if Cal/OSHA on your doorstep, you can’t send the inspector away—not for long or without a very good reason— but you can be prepared for a Cal/OSHA visit. You can even take some steps to reduce your risk of being inspected. This Special Report will show you how.