Which injuries are causing employees to lose the most time from work?
Sure, OSHA has been more “business-friendly” in the last eight years. But it hasn’t been a paper tiger. New statistics on the agency’s citations and penalties for fiscal year 2008 show just the opposite. And with a new administration in January, OSHA is set to issue even more fines.
Does your company require employees to pass drug tests? Now, there’s one less product on the market to help them cheat.
Do you have employees who work with or come in contact with natural gas pipes? Here’s a cautionary tale of what can go wrong when natural gas isn’t dealt with properly.
An Alabama company faces one willful violation from OSHA for allowing explosive dust to accumulate on machinery and the shop floor.
Stupid: Performing stunts on a forklift. Really stupid: Recording the stunts and posting them on the Web.
Want to help keep workers healthy this flu season? The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends three steps to stay healthy.
Nine months after a horrible workplace accident burned 70% of his body, Jeff Culp is still getting skin grafts. But safety gear prevented even more serious damage.
Some facilities across the nation have added dogs to their safety arsenals.