OSHA Proposes New Rule

Breaking News Globe in 3D including clipping path

2 min read OSHA Believes More Timely Data Will Help All On November 7, 2013, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officially announced that they have proposed a rule that would improve how workplace injuries and illnesses are tracked. The announcement came shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual Occupational Injuries and Illnesses report. … Read more

Behavior-Based Safety

Behavior-based safety

3 min read Behavior-based safety (BBS) strategies started spreading through organizations about 20 years ago and have been a hot topic ever since. Like anything, its had a fare share of criticism over the years, but more importantly it has proven to be a key factor in improving safety for thousands of organizations around the globe. It is … Read more

Lack of Sleep Costing Employers Billions

3 min read Getting sleepy at work? Spend a good portion of your time before and after your lunch feeling like your head just gained an extra 20 pounds and your eye lids are on the last set of an intense workout? Well apparently you’re not the only one. In fact, lack of sleep is costing employers billions. … Read more

Safety In Your Pocket

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3 min read Mobile applications helping to improve workplace safety Yep, there’s an app for that. The idea of implementing a safety plan that includes cell phones or tablet use might seem counterproductive, but with the increased technology available, users are finding more and more benefits. App stores are flooded with apps to help you plan your day, … Read more