In this post we share our painting company required training chart. Use this chart as a start to your safety training program. More training could be needed depending on tasks you may encounter.
In this article we discuss the requirements for individual certification under the EPA’s RRP rule. Contractors working in target housing and child-occupied facilities are required to have their firm certified and use only trained or certified workers. Ignoring this rule can cost your up to $37,500 per violation! Click here to read more!
It looks like there are several fines being levied by OSHA this December. To learn more about each fine please click the links below.
Encouraging safety and creating an environment that promotes worker safety is key to preventing accidents and injuries. To learn more about how we can assist your company in creating a world class safety culture please email firstname.lastname@example.org or dial 877-209-9648.
Preventing injuries, accidents and loss of life should always be the number one priority of companies. Beginning August 1, it will be more costly for companies if it isn’t.
For the first time since 1990, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will increase the civil penalty amounts provided for violations to the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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Workers who are injured on the job can suffer from the effects of those injuries for years to come, sometimes their entire lives. When it comes to on-the-job injuries, most of the focus has to do with the physical scars. The fact is, however, accidents and injuries can take a huge toll on an injured employee’s state-of-mind, as well. Severe workplace accidents can lead to PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).
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Keeping people safe on construction sites is a huge undertaking that requires employers and employees to be well-trained and vigilant. Further, there are certain mindsets that contribute to an unsafe work environment that must be dispelled.
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If you have a specific safety issue on a construction work site, it is in most cases easy to look up general rules and regulations regarding how to handle that issue. But what happens when you have an issue that doesn’t quite fit into any specific criteria? That’s when you need the General Duty Clause (GDC) from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
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The distance from a corrosive material to an eyewash and emergency shower needs to be no more than 10 seconds. Click here to read more.
Very sad to see this happen to the innocent people of Flint, MI. Hopefully they can get it straightened out shortly. Click here for the article!