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Despite the best intentions, accidents happen. When injuries do happen, it is critical that you capture all of the relevant information including employees involved, location, time, day, root cause, and any information that would be necessary for updating your OSHA Logs. Download our free Injury Incident Investigation Packet here and have it easily accessible for any members of your team that might be charged with an incident investigation.
OSHA Heat Prevention Updates & Tips

OSHA Heat Prevention Updates & Tips

Things are heating up and the pressure is on. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it is launching a national emphasis program focused on heat-related illnesses and injuries. Under the National Emphasis Program (NEP), OSHA...

Planning the Safest Year for Your Company!

Planning the Safest Year for Your Company!

Every new year brings goals and plans to do better. Whether to do better personally, professionally, or physically, every improvement idea involves planning. Failing to plan is planning to fail. Successful companies with low IR rates all have something in common, they...

Utilizing Technology to Improve Safety

Utilizing Technology to Improve Safety

Injuries and fatalities on the job cost society upwards of $200 billion in 2012. The American worker faces hazards every day on the job and if not properly equipped to handle these dangers, he can end up costing his company significant sums in medical, legal, and...

6 Key Components of Safety

6 Key Components of Safety

Safety in the workplace is a critical aspect of your company’s future plans. An effective safety program will help you keep your employees coming into work and performing at the highest level. Developing a safety plan that works for your business will ensure you’re...