A California company was cited $108,300 for safety violations.
Data suggests numbers keep dropping; President Joe Biden reintroduces potential solutions.
Listen in as OH&S Editor Sydny Shepard discusses the key indicators of a strong safety culture with Blackline Safety Chief Revenue Officer Sean Stinson.
Six fundamental elements are believed to increase employee motivation.
Annual seminars are held by NIOSH to inform employers and workers about fall prevention.
The virtual event, streaming on YouTube, will honor working people who lost their lives on the job.
Wagner Construction Inc. signs a settlement agreement with OSHA.
It's in employers' hands to make the call on whether or not their employees should be able to come to work unvaccinated.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard talks about the newly extended comment period for the proposed rule change to the Hazard Communication Standard, a national discussion on teens in the workplace and everything you might need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines.
The U.S. Department of Labor is creating a national online dialogue dedicated to teen safety in the workplace through April 30, 2021.
North American Lighting faces $85,826 in penalties due to a lack of safety precautions in the facility.
Different stakeholders are involved in the settlement to make sure N&D Transportation Company Inc. in Rhode Island is held accountable.
The FDA ensures it is doing its best to make sure each vaccine is completely safe to get.
A survey conducted shows percentages of people who reported being sick, exposed to COVID-19 and why some aren’t reporting it.
Cities across the country implement policies to keep staff safe from sexual assault and harassment.
It is easier to implement cutting-edge safety solutions when leadership understands and champions the changes.
Dropped objects may look innocuous, but due to the laws of gravity, they are incredibly dangerous.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses NIOSH's new tool to measure worker well-being, worker hesitation to returning to the office without COVID-19 vaccines and Biden's nomination for OSHA Head. Who is he and does this nomination mean for the agency?
OH&S conducted an interview with Richard Cerenzio to get his input on the soon-to-be OSHA lead, Doug Parker, and the challenges he may face.
Oregon OSHA fines a roofing and painting company for $104,000.
Hazard Communication Standards comment period is extended to May 19, 2021.
A Strategic Partnership Program is created to ensure workers’ safety throughout the construction process.
A Boston company owner faces high charges for not allowing employees or customers to wear masks or social distance.
An architect guides you on how to stay safe in the work environment.
A significant amount of employees don't feel safe going back to the workplace until vaccines are distributed to all of their co-workers.
California workplace safety chief, Doug Parker, is taking the reigns to lead OSHA to success regarding a COVID-19 workplace safety standard.
Employers and health professionals are encouraged to distribute the survey.
In this episode of the podcast, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look into the global mental health crisis and discusses Distracted Driving Awareness Month as well as the ins and outs of becoming fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Biden administration released its first set of drug policy priorities.
Increasingly, more and more organizations are digging into their data to uncover new insights and make better-informed decisions. But building out your EHS reporting process from the ground-up can seem daunting.