The new rule requires certain high-hazard industry employers to submit more comprehensive electronic injury and illness data.
The updated rules focus on proactive risk reduction and enhanced safety measures.
FB International Inc. specializes in manufacturing trade show displays.
An organization that is well-prepared for such an audit will make the process less stressful and time-consuming for everyone involved.
Selecting the best helmet is further complicated by the scarcity of test data that provide evidence-based guidance, but three key guidelines paint a clearer picture.
With new leaders or new employees, even if the leader’s behaviors are consistent, employees may not trust them yet but will trust their actions.
School administrators create a culture of safety by choosing school alert systems that include mobile panic alert buttons.
The funding is part of a $8.5 million commitment to addressing the impact of the opioid crisis on the state.
The final version of the agency's latest rule governing mining worker safety was published on December 20.
ISN’s report uncovers trends in industries such as transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and utilities.
The two-year agreement with the National Association of Health Care Assistants focuses on workplace training and education.
The laws would aid miners affected by black lung disease and combat silica dust rule challenges.
The report found a total of 5,486 fatal occupational injuries in the United States in 2022.
The Cambria, Wisconsin incident occurred in May 2017 and claimed the lives of five workers.
Washington is now one of only three U.S. states to create year-round protection from wildfire smoke.