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Third Party Occupational Safety and Health Audits

When creating complete and comprehensive occupational safety and health policies and

procedures, it is important to include some kind of third party auditing schedule within them.

Third party audits help to ensure your policies and procedures remain effective and accurate as

your company grows and changes. It also helps to ensure that any changes to the industry […]

New Tool to Prevent Workplace Violence in Healthcare

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

recently published updates to its Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare

and Social Service Workers. To help in protecting healthcare workers from workplace violence,

and as a follow up to this update, OSHA recently released a new webpage which will be a part of

the […]

OSHA Proposes $181,500 in Fines for United Hospital Supply Corp

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

cited United Hospital Supply Corp. for twenty one safety and health violations, including one

willful violation, ten repeat violations, nine serious violations, and one other than serious

violation. They come in response to an inspection of a worksite in Burlington, NJ in May of

2015. This […]

Evacuation Plans and Policies

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration was

created in an effort to protect employees in the United States from workplace injuries or work

related illnesses. Unfortunately, even when all steps are properly followed, accidents can happen,

systems can malfunction, and unexpected issues can arise. In these situations, there are fallback

procedures to prevent […]

OSHA Proposes $105,000 in Fines for Ted Herbert LLC

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

cited Ted Herbert, LLC for six safety and health violations, including one willful violation and

five serious violation. They come in response to an inspection of a worksite in Baton Rouge, LA

in May of 2015. This inspection was initiated in response to a workplace […]

Establishing Policies and Procedures for Lockout Tagout (LOTO)

When thinking about the most complicated areas of occupational safety and health, lockout

tagout will come to mind for most safety experts. This is because lockout tagout is governed by

OSHA Standard 1910.147, which is a convoluted mess of complicated regulations and

requirements. But beyond the difficulties of understanding what is required to establish

appropriate policies and procedures […]

Maintaining Lockout Tagout Policies and Procedures

Some areas of occupational safety and health can be viewed as ‘set and forget.’ You create

policies and procedures which keep you in compliance and then need not change them for a long

time. Other areas are not as simple. Some require maintenance on an annual or semiannual basis,

and still others require ongoing and continuous oversight […]

OSHA Proposes $431,000 in Fines for Ashley Furniture

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

cited Ashley Furniture for eight safety and health violations, comprised of one willful, five

repeat, and two serious violations. They come in response to an inspection of a facility in

Whitehall, Wisconsin in April of 2015. This inspection was initiated as part of the Sever […]

OSHA and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Form Alliance

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

formed an alliance with the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries to address machinery,

chemical, and other hazards in the scrap recycling industry. This partnership is expected to

promote the safety and health of workers in the scrap and recycling industry. In addition, the

partnership aims to […]

OSHA Proposes $106,200 in Fines for Harden Furniture Inc

The United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has

cited Harden Furniture Inc. for twenty five safety and health violations, comprised of twenty five

serious violations. They come in response to an inspection of a facility in McConellsville, NY in

April of 2015. This inspection was initiated by the OSHA Syracuse Area Office as […]