Grim 2016 National Stat: Trench collapse fatalities doubled U.S. Department of Labor November 17, 2016 Ohio worker’s death highlights grim 2016 national stat: trench collapse fatalities have more than doubled OSHA cites 33-year-old man’s employer for willful, serious safety violations WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Ohio – OSHA cited an Ohio company after a 33-year-old employee was crushed to
AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT CAN BE AN EXTREMELY UPSETTING AND STRESSFUL EXPERIENCE. HOWEVER, IT’S CRITICAL FOR DRIVERS TO KEEP THEIR COMPOSURE AND TAKE CERTAIN STEPS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING A CRASH. Employees driving company vehicles must abide by fleet policy at all times, especially in the event of an accident. One of the first things to do following
When Starting a Wellness Program the first step is Assessing Your Needs If like most small companies your business’s worksite wellness program budget is small, it’s essential that you are spending what you do have as efficiently as possible. The most common tool for assessing where health programs are most needed is a Health Risk
Safety committees differ from industry to industry and workplace to workplace. But certain characteristics are common for success At a minimum, a safety committee should perform four critical functions for your organization: 1. Analyze accident investigation reports and determine root causes. The committee is not the judge and jury on accident investigation, but it does
Despite the amount of regulatory and liability exposure inherent in so many workplace processes, an alarmingly high number of businesses still have no systematized way to assess and prepare for risk, loss and injury.