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    Prevent Accidents: Put Safety First.

    Use the right protective equipment … put safety plans and procedures into place … make sure your employees get safety training for their industry.

    Did you know ...
    • OSHA regulations cover more than 107 million workers today ... in ALL industries.
    • 97% of OSHA citations are issued without any workers being injured or killed first.

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    Training is core to your organization’s safety and health program.

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    • 10- and 30-hour General Industry OSHA Compliance training for industries such as distribution, hospitality, education, manufacturing and healthcare.
    • 10- and 30-hour Construction Industry OSHA Compliance training.

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    Workplace Safety Blog

    Workplace Fatigue: Safety & Health on the Job

    A series of National Safety Council reports states that 13 percent of workplace injuries are attributable to fatigue.

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    Workplace Violence: Plan for ALL Recognized Risks

    “Acts of violence and other injuries is currently the third-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States. …

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    OSHA News Updates

    Featured Updates
    October 25, 2019: US Dept of Labor Issues $1,591,176 in Penalties to AB Specialty Silicones after 4 Fatalities in Illinois Plant Explosion

    October 23, 2019: Managers Sentenced to Probation and Ordered to Pay Fines for Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice in US Dept of Labor Fatality Investigation

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