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.
Hazard Communication Standards comment period is extended to May 19, 2021.
Oregon OSHA fines a roofing and painting company for $104,000.
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.
Poll finds one in four employees have not had a mental health check-in since the pandemic began.
The Shyft Group faces fines for not addressing employees' complaints about serious hazards.
BIAA says traumatic brain injuries occur almost three million times a year with extensive longterm risks attached.
The STB is issuing new rules on billing and plans affecting a new logistics park.
Cannabis companies now have a step-by-step guide to safety.
The CDC says some rules and suggestions change; others stay the same as those who are unvaccinated.
A plan was implemented to make sure there are zero traffic deaths by 2020.
OSHA Act is put in place on O’Hare Airport Terminal 5 Project
Despite traffic decreasing during COVID-19, the roads have only gotten more dangerous.
OSHA filed a lawsuit against the hotel’s operator and owner.
Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses ASSP's latest news on Safety 2021, President Biden's new 90-90 plan and an interview with KPA President and CEO Chris Fanning about company compliance with OSHA's NEP and potential ETS.
Dashboard is updated weekly to keep track of violations.
Federal health researchers report the study from the past year.
Goals and expectations are part of what make a workplace successful, but those expectations must be managed appropriately.
Mentally and emotionally, the demands of intense physical labor can create stress that leads to unhealthy behaviors and unsafe situations.
Safety professionals must build relationships with those in the public safety sector before an event occurs.
It is time to rethink your spill drills to make them more engaging and easier to understand.