MAY 2019 NEWSLETTER          

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 Osha Enforcement
 
OSHA enforcement activity is on the rise and so are penalties for non-compliance. Following are just a few examples:

 

California fines contractor after worker seriously injured in fall California OSHA issued four citation and $75750 in penalties to Accurate Comfort Systems Inc. after a worker suffered serious injuries in a fall from a 12-foot-high work area. READ MORE...

Georgia contractor cited for trenching violations Corley Contractors Inc. faces $106,078 in penalties for exposing workers to excavation hazards while installing water and sewer lines. READ MORE...

Michigan cites powder coating company for exposing workers to fall and other hazards Michigan OSHA issued seven citations and $65,000 in penalties to Powder Cote II for failing to provide fall protection of guardrail systems, guard rotating shafts and machinery, and failing to control the startup of machinery during maintenance READ MORE...

Wisconsin Pallet Manufacturer Cited Three Workers Exposed to Hazardous Wood Dust OSHA has cited AVID Pallet Services, LLC, after a follow up inspection found workers continued to be exposed to wood dust READ MORE...

New York Plant Cited after Workers Suffers Amputation OSHA cited Remington Arms Co., LLC, for unguarded machinery violations after a workers fingertip was amputated while using a metal working machine READ MORE...

Florida Roofing Contractor Cited for Exposing Workers to Fall Hazards OSHA cited Florida Roofing Experts, Inc., after inspectors observed workers performing residential roofing activities without fall protection READ MORE...


OSHA Quicktakes

Stay on top of the latest OSHA news, initiatives and products to help identify and prevent workplace hazards.


Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts displays his Grain Safety Stand-up Proclamation with representatives from OSHA, the NSC and Nebraska Grain and Feed  More Info

Ohio Company Faces $1.3 Million in Penalties after Willfully Exposing Workers Hazards More Info

Check out OSHA's featured video "5 Ways to Prevent Workplace Falls" More Info
 
OSHA to raise Awareness about Trench Safety in Ohio and Illinois More Info

Alliance Program Forum Shares Information and Resources That Help Protect Workers  More Info

Sixth Annual National Fall Stand-Down Begins May 6 More Info
 
Social Media Campaign Seeks to Keep Young Workers Safe on the Job More Info
 
Check out OSHA's work zone traffic safety publications for employers and workers. More info
Training Tracking

Did you know for as little as $50 per year you can track training using the Safety Reports Training Tracking System?

Training Tracking allows you to enter virtually any training topic and if it's "reoccurring training" you can set reminders to be sure to schedule refresher training when it comes due.

We're also adding a new feature in May that allows you to identify training requirements per job title and track individual employees to ensure they meet all minimum training requirements.

If you'd like to learn more about our "Training Tracking" feature, please contact us.

Sample Training Tracking Report

 

Precip Alert App

With the Spring rains upon us, what better time than now to take a look at our PrecipAlert App.

This app allows you to track predicted and actual rainfall for a specific worksite.

There are multiple advantages to using this app: 1) our rainfall reports can be used as evidence when trying to explain weather-related project delays, 2) knowing in advance when heavy rainfall is predicted can help better utilize resources, no sending crews to a roofing project or remote worksite if rainfall prevents crews from working, and 3) meet important environmental regulations specific to rainwater run-off and soil erosion.

Features include:

 - Daily email reports 
 - Precise GPS locations
 - Rainfall alert customization
 - Precipitation history reports



           
PlanGrid

Did you know Safety Reports is integrated with PlanGrid? If your organization uses PlanGrid to manage jobsites, you can easily integrate your inspection reports and corrective action tracking reports with PlanGrid using our app.  Click here to learn more! 
 
   
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Best Referal Ever
 
There are referals and then there are REFERALS. Thanks to Jake Woolfenden with Summit Safety Group for his incredible review of our app! Click photo to start video.
 

 
Check out Jake on YouTube where he provides weekly safety videos.
We Build Solutions
 
Safety Reports started back in November 2011 and we've steadily grown into one of the premier Safety Management Systems on the market today. 

Our in-house developers know how to build simple, yet powerful apps! They're supported by a Certified Safety Professional and the best sales and support team in the industry!

Don't take our word for it, check out our products below and sign up for a free trial or demo to see for yourself! 

 
 


Check back for our Incident Reporting and BBS apps scheduled for release later this year!


Photo of the Month
 
 
 
Wow, they should patent this!
 
Note: this photo was not taken using our app. We NEVER post/use customer photos without obtaining written consent. Source: pinterest.com/source/asse.org
 


Upcoming Safety Conferences
 
If you want to meet us in person and learn more about our apps, we encourage you to attend any of the safety conferences below:
 
Safety Expo

Be sure to ask us about free single-day floor passes.




 Meet the Team

Safety Reports continues to grow and recently added two new great members to our team! Welcome Emily Thomas and Pete Lass!

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