How To Use OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application to Improve Your Company’s Safety Practices

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) allows businesses to submit their workplace injury data electronically via the OSHA VPP (Voluntary Protection Program) website. While using this program may seem like a no-brainer, many companies are hesitant to hand over that much confidential data to another organization. Understandably, many businesses don’t want to give away…

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What to Do When OSHA Comes to Your Business

Creating a safe work environment is an essential part of any business and one that must be taken seriously to ensure employee well-being. To that end, businesses are required to adhere to strict standards when it comes to occupational safety and health. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards, businesses must meet specific…

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Why Are Emergency Action Plans Important?

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin In a competitive world in which businesses often find themselves the subject of public scrutiny for their responses to emergency events, it is essential to expect the unexpected. The responsibilities of business ownership are many, and the value of preparedness cannot be overstated.…

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What is Considered Hazardous Waste?

Many businesses have to process hazardous waste and it can be a challenge to know how to manage hazardous waste materials safely and in compliance with RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) under the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Industries that most commonly come in contact with hazardous waste are Construction, Dry Cleaning, Furniture Repair &…

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Are you Compliant with OSHA?

As an employer, you know that OSHA compliance is important for your business, however, it can be intimidating to make sure that your safety requirements are to OSHA standards. Here’s a few tips that might be helpful when you’re putting together your OSHA compliant safety program at your business or organization. Before we get started,…

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