Whether you're on-track in your 2017 loss and injury numbers or not...we ALL need a little mid-year motivation! Keep your eyes fixed on the journey!
A modern day parable that is sure to get you thinking about the ways in which we allow comfort and complacency to override our desire to be and stay safe. Enjoy!
Lest we forget how dangerous life can be and how fragile we truly are...
January 1, 2017 has come and gone and that means OSHA's new electronic filing law is in full effect. Do you know what's required by YOUR establishment for reporting 300 logs over the next 3 years? This and several other frequent questions on this topic are answered in this video. Reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions.
As we move into the new year and many of our clients are getting their 2016 OSHA 300 logs all put together to close that chapter, I wanted to provide a quick resource to assist you in understanding the differences between a First Aid incident and an actual OSHA recordable incident. This is important because you don't want to over report and you surely don't want to under report and find yourself in a record keeping battle where osha thinks you're TRYING to hide incidents. My goal is to make this simple, but also provide answers to common gray areas where companies might think something is First Aid and it's recordable and vice versa. So, How Does OSHA Define First Aid? Check out the video!
OSHA's "Anti-Retaliation" rule was effective August 10, 2016 but enforcement has been pushed back yet again. So, while you're waiting in limbo on what changes need to be made in your policies, this video provides some recommendations on what you can do right away. Sooner or later, this is going to be in full effect and it's better to be ready than not.
There is a message that's being taught in many companies across the country. It's this idea that perfection within a safety program is attainable. In this video, I take issue with this damaging mindset and I lay out what a realistic perspective looks like and ways we can present the truth to our teams in an effective manner.
This week is teen driver safety week. The #1 cause of fatalities for teens ages 15-19 are motor vehicle accidents. Take a look at this quick video and take this week's challenge.