National Preparedness Month

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September is National Preparedness Month. This observance raises awareness about the importance of preparing for emergencies and disaster that are unfortunately unpredictable. The theme for 2021 is “Prepare to protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.” The campaign features a different focus each week. Environmental Health & Safety Services wants to tell you…

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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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Defining Corporate Social Responsibility

Business models and responsibilities have evolved over time. In addition to safety and security, sustainability has become imperative to balancing social, environmental, and economic considerations for long-term success. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the act of incorporating environmental and social concerns into a company’s business. Here are three CSR programs businesses can implement right now:…

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Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan

Workplace health and safety are at the top of every business owner's mind this year. If your business does not have an infectious disease preparedness and response plan, now is the time to develop one. A thorough and clear-cut plan will help employees stay safe against COVID-19 and other potentially infectious diseases in the future.…

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Workers’ Memorial Day: Honoring the Fallen

Workers’ Memorial Day honors those who have paid the ultimate price for earning a paycheck – and what we can do to prevent future workplace fatalities. The occupations with the highest fatality rates tend to have one of three things in common: they involve working from dangerous heights where a fall would be fatal, frequent…

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