The current regulatory approach toward safety and health in the workplace needs improvement, according to the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).
An independent truck driver couldn’t convince an appeals court his injury from lighting a firework in a warehouse was work-related despite it occurring on customer property while he was picking up a load. The driver claimed setting off fireworks was a way for him to build a relationship with his clients, so his injuries were […]
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You know from experience that distracted workers are less safe, and the coronavirus pandemic may have your workers unusually distracted. Among the concerns that could be weighing on their minds – the security of their jobs, the health of family members and managing the schoolwork of their children. And they may be uncomfortable talking about […]
Industry Experts Offer Advice on Keeping Employees Safe and Healthy As health experts raised the threat level of the swine flu to 5, indicating “a strong signal that a pandemic is imminent,” some U.S. businesses are just now beginning to look at ways to prepare for the potential health, social, and economic impact of a […]
Add another voice to the chorus calling for companies to use the latest science and not just OSHA’s limits when it comes to protecting workers from hazardous chemicals.
A new report from the National Safety Council’s Campbell Institute says many employers aren’t using a proven process to get worker wellbeing right.
The cost of poor worker health; best and worst states for getting workers off comp; the history of safe driving via an infographic; and how many days has it been since your last dinosaur incident? Click through to find out more about these topics in this week’s Safety News Summary.
The serious ramifications of NFL players suffering concussions have received more and more attention. Now a professor of environmental health sciences is suggesting that OSHA “step up” to the challenge of making the sport safer for players.
A letter to President Obama questions a significant delay in the federal regulatory process for a proposed revision to OSHA’s silica rule.
President-elect Trump is set to nominate fast food millionaire Andrew Puzder to be the next U.S. Secretary of Labor. So, what does he think about OSHA and occupational safety?
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