Heads up. The economic stimulus bill recently passed by the U.S. House is more than just business and income tax cuts. It contains more money for OSHA.
While employers debate whether OSHA should increase fines for safety violations, a new law in Great Britain does just that.
Businesses have until Feb. 1 to post their annual injury and illness summary as required by OSHA.
Various OSHA standards require employers to have written safety programs. Would a company satisfy such a requirement by keeping the documents solely in an electronic format?
The architect of the strategy to get bigger penalties by prosecuting safety violations under environmental laws says it’s time to overhaul OSHA legislation for the first time in almost 40 years.
The Senate grilled President-elect Obama’s pick for Labor Secretary on a variety of issues at her confirmation hearing.
The President of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) says he’s concerned about recent reports that some companies are cutting safety processes in hopes of reducing costs.
“How do I get all my employees to wear their safety gear all the time?” It’s one of the top challenges safety pros face year after year. So we asked 290 of your peers about their experiences to find out the top reasons workers give for not wearing PPE.
OSHA says it’s not enough for companies to develop fall protection plans — they have to enforce them, too.