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OSHA enforcement activity is on the rise and so are penalties for non-compliance. Following are just a few examples:
OSHA Cites NJ Manufacturer After Second Amputation injury on Same Machine A maintenance mechanic lost fingers while repairing an ice cream wrapper machine Read More...
OSHA Cites OH Facility for Exposing Employees to Dangerous Hazards OSHA investigated the facility and found employer exposed workers to dangerous asphyxiation hazards Read More...
OSHA Continues Investigation into January Fatal Incident At Foundation Food Group Services in Gainesville OSHA is actively investigating an incident where a liquid nitrogen leak killed 6 workers Read More...
OSHA Cites Waterville Auto Body Manufacturing Plant for Numerous Violations An auto body manufacturer faces $393,992 in proposed fines for not addressing these and other hazards that placed employees at risk Read More...
OSHA Cites MA Tax Preparation Business for Refusing to Provide, Practice Coronavirus Safeguards for Employees The tax preparation service faces $136,532 in penalties for prohibiting their employees and customers from wearing masks, failing to ensure employees and customers practice social distancing, and more Read More...
Stay on top of the latest OSHA news, initiatives, and products to help identify and prevent workplace hazards.
Maine On-Site Consultation Helps Company Decrease Incidents and Increase Employee Morale More Info
US D.O.L Orders One of the Nation's Largest Railway Companies to Pay More Than $290K in Damages More Info
Implementing an Electronic EHS System
We get asked all the time, why should our company digitize our EHS Management System? Especially when the paper, pen and clipboard approach has served us so well over the years...
Well, the answer is simple!
For one, we help streamline safety by combining multiple safety processes into one system. And the transition from paper, pen and clipboard to a digital format will enhance real-time reporting.
Other benefits include consistency across all departments within your organization, safety updates are implemented uniformly and immediately when changes are made to the database, our dashboard pages help to quickly analyze data, we provide a means to track corrective actions electronically, there are automated performance reports to keep everyone engaged in safety, and the list goes on.
We think one of the less tangible benefits that comes with a system like ours, but no less important, is the peace of mind you get knowing that your safety data is centrally stored and backed up, it’s kept in a consistent format, and it’s available to you or others on your team at a moments’ notice.
Please read SourceForge Q&A with Steve Polich, CSP, President/Co-Founder of Safety Reports for more information.
Our Project Team has been working overtime on building out our checklists this past month! Here is a summary of some of our most recent changes:
We have added a new category called Sanitation to our MSHA Surface Mining Checklist.
We've added several of the Table 1 Tasks for the Respirable Silica standard to our Construction 1926, CalOSHA and EM385 checklists (i.e. Tuckpointing, Jackhammers, Masonry Saws and more).
Several Life Safety Code checklist items have been added to our CMS Healthcare Checklist.
Coming very soon, we'll have available two new checklists for those in the Maritime Industry.
One of the checklists will cover 29 CFR 1917 for Marine Terminals and the other for 29 CFR 1918 for Longshoring Operations.
Lastly, we'll soon be coming out with a new checklist covering CalOSHA's Mining & Tunnelling.
OSHA's Top 10 List with a New Twist
We realize that most everyone has already seen the list of OSHA's Top 10 violations for FY 2020...but, here at Safety Reports, we have a different take on this topic.
Did you know that our customers can create their own OSHA Top 10 List using our app?
Our very own Pete Lass has put together a video that shows how you can generate a report using our app to create your companies own list of OSHA violations.
Having a list of Top 10 Violations for your company is useful on many levels. Primarily, it can be used to guide your future training efforts in order to better target your problem areas. But, it also helps increase employee awareness and engagement when the top 10 list is shared with your team.
If you want to learn how to use our app to create your own OSHA Top 10 List, please watch this video!
Be sure to contact us if you have any questions.
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