OSHA enforcement activity is on the rise and so are penalties for non-compliance. Following are just a few examples:
U.S. Department of Labor Cites Norcross, Georgia Transit Service Provider for Exposing Employees to Safety and Health hazards OSHA has cited Transdev Services Inc. $188,714. READ MORE...
Fuyao Glass America Inc. Faces $724,380 in Federal After U.S. Department of Labor Finds Multiple Hazards at Ohio Plant The U.S. Dept. of Labor 's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Fuyao Glass America. READ MORE...
U.S. Department of Labor Cites Global Packaging Manufacturer After Employee Suffers Severe Steam Burns in Queen City, Texas The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Cited graphic Packaging International LLC... READ MORE..
Two Contractors Face a Total of $687,619 in Penalties for Fall and Other Hazards after a Worker Fatality The U.S. Department of Labor's OSHA has cited two contractors- Enerfab Process Solutions & Fabricated Products Inc. and Industrials Services Group Inc.... READ MORE...
A barrel maker was cited for $413,370 in penalties after a worker suffered a finger amputation The U.S. Dept. of Labor's OSHA has cited Missouri Cooperage Company LLC... READ MORE...
Stay on top of the latest OSHA news, initiatives and products to help identify and prevent workplace hazards.
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Our much anticipated Incident App is scheduled to be released the week of Sep. 9th!
Our first release allows app users to record injuries, illnesses and near misses. Administrators will have an option to transfer injuries and/or illnesses to the OSHA 301 First Report Form and the OSHA 300 Log and Summary.
Future releases will include the ability to document vehicle crashes, property damage claims, liability claims and more.
We'll notify everyone via email as soon as the app is available for download in the app store.
Training AppSeveral of you have been taking advantage of our incredibly easy to use Toolbox Talk app, but did you know it does so much more than just document toolbox talks?
If you own an Enterprise Account, you can track all types of training with this app (i.e. Classroom, Practical, Online, etc.). You get reminders when training is due and it tracks all the training to make sure required training is completed in a timely manner.
We also have an upgrade that allows you to send emails to your employees with safety talks attached and includes an online quiz that must be completed in order to get credit for the training.
So many neat features and all at a very affordable cost!
Contact us to learn more about our Toolbox Talk/Training App today!
If you haven't checked out our JSA App, you should! This app allows you to easily create JSA's or JHA's on the fly from your smartphone or tablet, and it also includes an option to build JSA's from your computer.
We've made some updates to our dashboard pages and thought you might want to check them out.
Our dashboards give you a high-level view of the data collected using our apps.
Select the link below to view our sample dashboard pages and then click the links at the top of screen to toggle between dashboards:
Need a simple way for employees to document safety issues in the workplace? Check out our new Observation App. It's incredibly simple to use and very cost-effective. For as little as $10 per year your employees can submit an unlimited number of safety observations.
Observations are sent immediately for high severity observations and you have the option to schedule all other observations for daily or weekly delivery depending on your needs.
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Yes sir Mr. OSHA, my harness is tied off to an anchor point.
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California, Here We Come!
We're packed and ready to head to San Diego next week for the NSC 2019 Congress and Expo.
If you're planning to be at the show (Sep. 9-11), please stop by and visit us at Booth 1247. We'd love to meet you in person!
Hope to see you in San Diego!
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