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Environmental issues meet workplace safety with combined OSHA and EPA enforcement

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Environmental issues meet workplace safety with combined OSHA and EPA enforcement

OSHA safety inspectors are now cross-trained with the EPA and vice-versa. If your organization regularly encounters one or the other, expect more from them. Continue Reading Environmental issues meet workplace safety with combined OSHA and EPA enforcement

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Critical guidance on OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

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Critical guidance on OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

Healthcare workplaces should review and comply with the mandatory OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard. Healthcare employers must comply with that standard. All employers must comply with any other applicable mandatory safety and health standards and regulations issued and enforced either by OSHA or by an OSHA-approved state plan. Continue Reading Critical guidance on OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

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Indiana industrial HAZWOPER training can save employers thousands or millions in fines

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Indiana industrial HAZWOPER training can save employers thousands or millions in fines

Industrial and commercial hazardous waste operations that generate small, medium, or large quantities of hazardous waste should expect additional audits as the EPA and OSHA begin increasing enforcement. Continue Reading Indiana industrial HAZWOPER training can save employers thousands or millions in fines

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7 things people should do for a safe workplace you’re probably not doing right now

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7 things people should do for a safe workplace you’re probably not doing right now

After all, if you’re bringing your “A game” to work every day, so should they.  And while the employer has some responsibility in providing a safe workplace, everyone has the responsibility to report things that are not safe.  It might be simple things like moving equipment out of the way or it might involve processes that can be improved to provide a more seamless safe environment. Continue Reading 7 things people should do for a safe workplace you’re probably not doing right now

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