Compliance and Safety

OSHA’s Injury Reporting Deadline Is February 1st, 2014 January 21, 2014 No Comments

It’s time to count and post your injury summary for 2013.
OSHA requires companies to post Form 300A from Feb. 1 to April 30 each year. The form shows a summary of the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred during the previous year.
The summary must include the total number of work-related injuries and [...]

Never Trust Anyone Who Claims Safety Is Their Number One Priority No Comments

There are things that need to change in safety and they need to change fast. Safety is losing ground, no matter how hard we try, we are losing ground in the court of public opinion—public policies are softening on safety (Michigan recently legalized the personal use of fireworks and the practice of riding motorcycles [...]

OSHA Releases High-Impact Video On Crystalline Silica No Comments

Related Training DVDs:

Crystalline Silica
A basic component of soil, sand, granite, and many other minerals. This video is designed to educate you about these hazards. View Product

Respiratory Protection and Safety DVD Program
Specifically created to involve employees in the process of understanding respiratory hazards. View Product

Respiratory Protection Another World [...]

Can an employee sue their supervisor for a workplace accident? January 14, 2014 No Comments

One of an employee’s job duties was to operate a band molding machine that compressed and punched inserted plastic into the desired shape. Over time, hardened plastic would accumulate within the mechanism, requiring its removal by hand. Normally, removing the hardened plastic was a safe procedure because the machine would only operate if the worker [...]

Employee Trips In Parking Lot – Did He Get Workers Comp? No Comments

After parking his personal vehicle in his employer’s parking lot, an employee trips over a cement parking block. He tears a ligament and is out of work for a while. Can he get workers’ comp?
Christopher Snyder was a police officer for the City of Richmond, VA, police department.
On July 4, 2011, he arrived at work [...]

How to Spot a Psychopath in Your Workplace No Comments

Jeffrey Dahmer. Richard Kuklinski. Charles Manson. Kenneth Bianchi. Dennis Rader. Bernie Madoff. These are a few of the most infamous psychopaths of the past 50 years.
While many people who fit the profile of a psychopath aren’t serial killers or notorious criminals, they share a number of the same characteristics. And that can make [...]

(VIDEO) Viral Safety PSA with 6 million views No Comments

Related Driving Safety Training DVDs:

When You Least Expect It Training DVD
This award-winning driving video stresses defensive driving attitudes as well as techniques. View Product

EYE ON Speed & Space Management
This interactive program instructs drivers using hazard perception challenge methodology. View Product

Driving Safety Video or DVD [...]

Top 10 OSHA trends to watch in 2014 January 6, 2014 No Comments

Given the political climate these days in Washington, DC, we decided not to post a list of top OSHA predictions for 2014? But, we are much more confident about sharing our “watch list” concerning OSHA for the upcoming year.
Here are the top 10 items (in no particular order) that we’ll be keeping our eyes on [...]

Infographic: Which snow shovel is best? No Comments

Read Full Article At PopularMechanics.com
Related Training DVDs:

Shoveling Safety Training DVD
This is a short refresher training course on shoveling safety. Topics include: Back Safety, and more. View Product

Winter Safety Training DVD
Winter poses special dangers for people. Heat up some safety measures now against winter-related accidents. View Product

Winter Safety [...]

Plant owner gets 10-20 years in prison after explosion kills 2 workers No Comments

LANCASTER, N.H. – A gunpowder plant owner has been sentenced to at least a decade in prison over a 2010 explosion that killed two workers in New Hampshire.
Craig Sanborn was convicted last month of manslaughter and was sentenced Wednesday to 10 to 20 years in prison.
Prosecutors said Sanborn was reckless in manufacturing, testing and storing [...]

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