Compliance and Safety

Poll: Public wants stiffer penalties for texting while driving July 1, 2014 No Comments

Driving? Put down the phone – or else.
That sums up public sentiment about texting while driving, according to a new public opinion poll from the National Safety Council (NSC).
The new poll shows 73% of respondents think there should be more enforcement of texting while driving laws; only 22% said the current level of enforcement [...]

Worker Killed By 2 Tons of Falling Glass No Comments

An employee of a window company in Colorado was crushed to death by a falling crate of glass.
Local rescue officials say the employee of Manko Window Systems in Aurora, CO, was helping unload wooden crates of glass at the business when the 4,000-pound load fell on top of him.
The man was pronounced dead at [...]

2014 Trucking Accident Compilation No Comments

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Hours of Service Driver Training Program – DVD Training Kit
Covers the new Hours-of-Service rules drivers must comply with as of February 27, 2012 and July 1, 2013. View Product

Driving Safety Training Video
Provide the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on [...]

Silicone Wristbands Used To Monitor Exposure To Environmental Toxins June 23, 2014 No Comments

With millions of chemicals and hazardous substances in use around us every day, with flame retardant chemicals sprayed on our curtains and furniture, with toxins in the air that we breathe do you ever wonder exactly how much of this stuff you’re actually being exposed to?
Well the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology and College [...]

Judge Says FBI Fitness-for-Duty Test is Biased No Comments

Fitness-for-duty exams that vary by gender may or may not be discriminatory, according to a federal judge. The judge ruled one exam used by the FBI is discriminatory.
Jay Bauer, 40, an intelligence analyst for the FBI, applied to become a special agent with the agency.
Bauer passed an initial fitness test and scored at or [...]

Positive Test for Alcohol, Cocaine and Pot, But Still Got Workers Comp No Comments

An employee says while he was working on a roof, he stood up to brush off some ants when he fell through the roof, suffering serious injuries. Blood and urine tests came back positive for alcohol and illegal drugs. Why did he get workers’ comp?
Norman Gideon was replacing a roof on an old house [...]

Wal-Mart Truck Driver Was Awake 24 Consecutive Hours before Fatal Car Crash 1 Comment

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DOT HAZMAT Federal Regulation Training Package
Comply with Federal regulations eCFR 49, 172.704 Training Requirements. SubPart H. View Product

Hours of Service Driver Training Program – DVD Training Kit
Covers the new Hours-of-Service rules drivers must comply with as of February 27, 2012 and July 1, [...]

(Video) These People Whip Out Their Phones In A Movie Theater. They Never Saw It Coming! June 17, 2014 No Comments

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Distracted Driving – DVD Training
Details strategies drivers can use to deal with their own distracted driving and that of others. View Product

Driving Safety Training Video
Provide the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on and off the job. View [...]

The Joy of Blame No Comments

What is it about blaming that feels so good? Why do we enjoy it so much? What’s that? YOU don’t enjoy blaming people; I’m sorry, I’m skeptical. I have reason to be. As a certified Just Culture practitioner who studied under David Marx (author of the book Whack A Mole and self-proclaimed “father [...]

Will This Help Safety Training Stick? June 16, 2014 No Comments

How we learn is as important as what we learn. Some recent research may provide a method to help workers remember their safety training.
In a nutshell: They need to write it down.
New research shows that writing notes help people to retain information.
And for those of you who are wondering: Typing notes doesn’t provide the [...]

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