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OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Help Improve Worker Protections

Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to [...]

2019-10-28T08:56:44-08:00October 21, 2019|News, Resources, Safety Training Resources, Tips|0 Comments

Maritime Industry Boosts Investment in Safety and Health Training to Counter Rise in Job-related Injuries

Employers in the Maritime Industry are increasing their focus on [...]

2019-10-28T08:56:04-08:00October 14, 2019|News, Resources, Safety Training Resources|0 Comments

Electrical Safety Training Makes the Jobsite Safer for All Workers

OSHA’s Electrical Standards require employers to protect all employees who work on or near any part of an electrical power circuit or are exposed to electrical hazards.

2019-10-16T15:59:33-08:00September 30, 2019|News, Resources, Safety Training Resources, Tips|0 Comments

Industrial Hygiene: Recognizing and Controlling Workplace Hazards

Engineering, work practice and administrative controls are the primary means of reducing employee exposure to occupational hazards.

2019-10-16T15:56:38-08:00September 23, 2019|News, Resources, Safety Training Resources, Tips|0 Comments

Become an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer in the Construction Industry

As an Outreach Trainer, you would be providing an educational experience for your students that will promote creating a safer environment for each job site.

2019-10-16T15:54:15-08:00September 16, 2019|Outreach Trainers, Resources, Tips|0 Comments

Employers Must Provide PPE When Needed and Train Workers on Proper Use

Employers must assess their workplaces to determine if hazards are present that require the use of personal protective equipment.

2019-10-16T15:49:55-08:00September 2, 2019|News, Resources, Safety Training Resources, Tips|0 Comments

OSHA and NIOSH Publish Nail Gun Safety Guide for Construction Contractors

Nail gun injuries are common—one study found that 2 out of 5 residential carpenter apprentices experienced a nail gun injury over a four-year period.