How to Prepare for a Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) Compliance Inspection

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Would you say that your school is properly prepared for a DSPS compliance inspection? An inspection may include a walkthrough of your school’s trade education, art, science, and kitchen areas. Read on to learn more about what to expect with a DSPS Compliance Inspection for the state of Wisconsin.

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Tips for Keeping Your Employees Safe in Extreme Heat

Excessive heat conditions can be extremely dangerous for both indoor and outdoor employees. Unfortunately, severe heat conditions can cause a multitude of heat-related illnesses and fatalities. According to OSHA, employers are responsible for providing safety from known risk factors – and this includes protecting workers from extreme heat. Knowing the risk factors, creating an emergency plan,…

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The Importance of Implementing A New Hire Safety Training Program

Your company recently hired new employees to join your team. Congrats! In the midst of helping a new hire understand their job role, there can be a number of safety processes and procedures to remember throughout the on-boarding process. Do you have a safety training program in place for your new hires? Implementing an updated…

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June is National Safety Month

Join EHS Management in celebrating National Safety Month! This is a great time to review current safety standards with your employees and take steps toward full compliance in your workplace. We understand that no two businesses are exactly the same. They may work towards a common end goal, but processes, procedures, and equipment can differ…

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Exposure in the Workplace: Bloodborne Pathogens

Workplace accidents are often defined as slips and falls, however, there is a danger in the workplace that places millions of workers at risk each year: bloodborne pathogens. Bacteria and viruses that live in blood and other body fluids can cause harmful diseases such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV. These incidents frequently go…

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