Due Dates for OSHA Injury Reports are Quickly Approaching

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Have you submitted your establishment’s Form 300A data yet? Each year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) administers a report of all workplace injuries. Forms are to be submitted by March 2 of every year. Why Do I Need to Report Workplace Injuries? OSHA utilizes the information gathered from annual injury reports to better…

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The Importance of EHS Management for Your Business

As a business owner, it is your duty to ensure your employees are working under safe and healthy working conditions. For many, this may seem like a daunting task. To take the worry and uncertainty off your hands, rely on EHS Management to manage all workplace programs and procedures. We provide professional training and systems…

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Mental Health in the Workplace

76% of U.S. workers are negatively affected by mental health, according to the American Health Association (AHA). Now more than ever, employers need to ensure mental health support is of high priority in their business planning. Here are five ways you can promote positive mental health in the workplace. 1. Pay Attention to Employee Behavior…

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3 Ways to Slow the Spread of the Flu in Your Workplace

Nearly 111 million workdays are missed by U.S. employees annually due the flu. These sick days have lead to an estimated $16.3 billion in lost earnings. As flu season approaches, it’s important to ensure your workplace is prepared with proper health resources and procedures. Here are 3 ways you can slow the spread of the…

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3 Tips to Stay Safe on the Farm

The agriculture industry ranks among one of the most hazardous in the country. Every day, about 100 agricultural workers suffer a lost-work-time injury. The number of injuries and fatalities can be reduced by ensuring each work area is equipped with safety guidelines and accident plans. Here are three ways you can keep your farm safe…

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