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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

    Post Form 300A by February 1st

    Time for our annual reminder that employers need to post Form 300A, your 2019 summary of work-related injuries and illnesses …

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    Electrical Hazards in the Workplace

    Electrocution is one of the most common hazards across construction sites according to OSHA.; however, in any work environment, you …

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    OSHA News Updates

    Featured Updates
    January 10, 2020. Florida Roofing Contractor Found in Contempt after Failing to Pay $2,202,049 in Penalties for Safety and Health Violations

    January 9, 2020. US Dept of Labor Cites Alabama Contractors after Teen Worker Suffers Fatal Fall

    January 6, 2020. Did you know you must include your Employer Identification Number when submitting OSHA Form 300A?

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