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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Injury and Illness Prevention Programs

The best way to prevent workplace injury and illness is to find and fix hazards before they happen. Prevention programs have been proven to reduce injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. In addition, they often result in better workplace culture, higher productivity, reduced turnover, and reduced costs. EHS Management specializes in implementing injury and illness prevention programs.…

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OSHA Rulemakings for 2020

Last year, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) conducted 33,401 inspections—more inspections than the previous three years—addressing violations related to trenching, falls, chemical exposure, silica exposure, and other hazards. In addition, the agency spent 2019 increasing its number of employer inspections and pursuing new rulemakings and programs. We’ve lined out four areas OSHA rulemaking will…

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Workers’ Memorial Day: Every Worker Deserves to Make it Home Safe Every Day
Workers Memorial Day

Workers’ Memorial Day: Every Worker Deserves to Make it Home Safe Every Day

EHS Management invites you to join us in commemorating and remembering those who lost their lives while on the job on Workers’ Memorial Day. In 2017, 5,147 workers were killed on the job in the United States - on average, more than 99 a week or more than 14 deaths every day, according to the…

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3 Things you need to know about the OSHA reinterpretations

Recently, OSHA has set out to “clarify” its position on several topics and issues. Mostly these topics include reporting on unsafe conditions, which can affect both you and your employees in a profound way should reporting become an issue. In order to be responsive to these changes, it’s important to understand the reinterpretations and how…

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