Compliance & Risk Management

Can Your Written Programs Be Kept Solely in Electronic Form?

A company decides it wants to keep its written safety programs strictly in electronic form. What do you think OSHA would have to say about that? The answer is: do so by al

Lying on Security Clearance = Just Cause to Fire Nuke Worker

A nuclear plant worker being investigated for harassing his colleagues was found to have lied on his security clearance questionnaire—he claimed he was unemployed even thou

7 Steps to Safer Operations

By Nick Candito, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Progressly Reducing job-site injuries and safety hazards is the ultimate goal for many health and safety profess

Hours of Service Violators May See Crackdown

Bus and truck companies that have a history of serious hours of service (HOS) violations are being targeted under a proposed Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCS

DOS & DON’TS: [√] Do Follow Manufacturers’ Instructions for Equipment

When it comes to the machinery and equipment in your workplace, it’s important that you comply with the requirements for such devices in your jurisdiction’s OHS laws. You

Importance of Root Cause Analysis in Incident Investigations

When a safety or environmental incident occurs in your workplace, you must investigate it. But the approach you take in that investigation can determine how effective you are

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