This Press Release is from February 21, 2013. It discusses the failure to properly train forklift operators. US Department of Labor's OSHA fines Global Experience Specialists $91,000 after … [Read more...] about $91,000 Citation After Forklift Accident
Not everyone reacts to heat to the same degree and not every work situation poses the risk of heat illness. Factors that increase an employee's risk of heat illness in addition to ambient temperature … [Read more...] about Heat Illness: Nothing to Fool Around With!
Common sense tells us that there are two basic approaches to preventing accidents: Controlling the work environment Managing the attitude and behavior of employees A successful safety plan … [Read more...] about The Truth About Accident Prevention
After attending a dinner purportedly sponsored by her employer, an airline employee got into a car accident with another vehicle, killing herself and the other driver. The administrator of the other … [Read more...] about Company Holiday Parties: Could Your Organization Be Liable for a Drunk Driving Accident?
Earlier we discussed basic electrical safety requirements, in this blog we discuss special systems and methods. To protect employees from electrical injuries and to prevent electrical fires in your … [Read more...] about Wired for Safety? Check These OSHA Requirements
Electrical incidents might not happen as often as some other types of workplace accidents, but when they do, they can be fatal. Make sure your electrical systems meet the requirements for safeguarding … [Read more...] about Make Sure Your Electrical Systems Are Up to Standard
Have you received an OSHA Citation lately? Southwest Missouri Safety Company (SWMSC) can help. We have unmatched success in the reduction and elimination of OSHA citations. We have handled … [Read more...] about OSHA Citations – We Can Help!
Encouraging worker involvement in company safety committees sometimes can be a challenge. Even so, to create a workplace that fosters employee engagement, morale and safety, workers must have a … [Read more...] about Maintaining the Integrity of a Workplace Safety Committee
1. Hazards. Employees need to know what could go wrong in their job and injure or make them ill. They need to be able to identify hazards, and they must know the steps they need to take to protect … [Read more...] about 7 Things Employees Must Know About Safety and Their Job
ANDOVER, Mass. – The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Spincraft in North Billerica for 38 alleged violations of workplace safety standards. An … [Read more...] about US Labor Department’s OSHA proposes $175,500 in fines to North Billerica, Mass., employer for 38 alleged safety violations following worker injury