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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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    Workplace Safety Blog

    6 Elements of a Successful Safety Plan

    As an employer, it’s your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment. When was the last time you …

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    UPDATE: OSHA Final Recordkeeping Rule Improves Injury Data Collection

    As you know, OSHA already requires many employers to keep a record of injuries and illnesses. This data can then …

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    OSHA News Updates

    Featured Updates
    January 18, 2017: Green Bay manufacturer faces more than $219k in proposed penalties after two workers suffer severe injuries within 10 days

    January 18, 2017: OSHA orders Amtrak to reinstate, pay $892k to employee discharged in violation of Federal Railroad Safety Act

    January 13, 2017: Oklahoma truck bed manufacturer fined $535k for putting workers at risk; as OSHA inspectors identify 30 safety, health violations

    January 13 2017: OSHA issues recommended practices to promote workplace anti-retaliation programs

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