JUNE 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:

 

Kansas Aircraft Manufacturer Cited for Exposing Workers to Known Carcinogen OSHA cited Spirit Aerosystems, Inc., for exposing workers to carcinogen hazards. READ MORE...

Commerical Building Contractor Cited for Exposing Workers to Fall Hazards at Missouri Jobsite DDG Construction Services, Inc., faces $98,693 in penalties for exposing to fall hazards.  READ MORE...

California Fines Aircraft Engine Manufacturer Following Worker Injury California OSHA issued 3 citations and $51,185 in penalities to Carlton Forge Works when a worker suffered injuries after becoming pinned between a saw table and a work piece. READ MORE...

Pennsylvania Conractors Cited for Exposing Workers to Fall Hazards Navy Contractors, Inc., faces $603,850 in fines after inspectors observed workers at 3 job sites performing framing work without fall protection. READ MORE...

New Hampshire Furniture Manufactureer Cited for Worker Injury OSHA cited DCI, Inc., after a worker suffered serious injuries from being pulled into a woodcutting machine. READ MORE...

Colorado Hospital Cited Exposing Staff to Workplace Violence Hazards Highlands Behavioral Healthcare System was cited for failing to implement adequate safety measures to protect staff from workplace violence. READ MORE...


OSHA Quicktakes

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


Jury finds PA Company Wrongfully Termitted 2 Employees for Participating in OSHA Investigation More Info

Stand-Down Events highlighting the importance of Fall Prevention are scheduled May 6th thru the 10th More Info

OSHA and NWS team up on May 31 to promote National Heat Awareness Day More Info
 
OSHA to raise Awareness about Trench Safety in Ohio and Illinois More Info

OSHA Requets Information on Possible Updates to the Lockout/Tagout Standard 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

 
ASSP New Orleans
 
Hope to see you at the ASSP Safety 2019 Professional Development Conference & Exposition in New Orleans on June 9-12. Stop by and see us at Booth 2501.
JSA App

Our JSA App lets you create JSA's from our mobile and/or web-based platforms. If you're needing pre-built JSA's, we might not be right for you.  But, if you're needing a simple way to create your own customized JSA's, this app will meet your needs.

Features include:

Comprehensive JSA's in minutes using our templated program that includes standardized hazards and controls.

Compatible with iOS and Android devices (tablets and smartphones) and also includes web access.

Manage all  JSA's electronically and distribute via email.

Review JSA's with employees and use our electronic signature collection to document training.

 

  

Inspection Checklists

When using our Inspection App, you have the option to use any of our standard checklists that come with the system. We also give you the option to customize our standard checklists.
 
And if our checklists don't meet your needs, you have the option to upload your own in-house custom checklists. 

Our standard checklists include:
  1. Ag Industry
  2. Best Practice Audit
  3. Construction - 1926
  4. Construction - CalOSHA
  5. Construction - WISHA
  6. DOT/FMCSA - 49 CFR
  7. Ergonomics - Industrial
  8. Ergonomics - Office
  9. General Ind. - 1910
  10. General Ind. - CalOSHA
  11. Incident Report
  12. Maritime - 1915
  13. MSHA - Surface Mining
  14. Office Safety
  15. Process Safety Management
  16. USACE EM 385
Most of our checklists include reference to the applicable regulatory standard along with a link to the standard reference.
 

For more information on our checklists click here.

           
Safety Doc App

We're currently working on a new app and expect to have it available this Summer. 

Our new Safety Doc app will allow you to upload your safety documents (policies, manuals, SDS's, etc.) and make them available to employees in the field via our mobile app. 

With this app, your employees will always have the most current copy of your important safety documents at their finger tips! More information coming soon!
 
 
   
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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 schedule a demo and see for yourself! 

 
 


Check back...BBS and Safety Document apps are scheduled for release later this year!


Photo of the Month
 
 
 
Not exactly a smooth move...
 
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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