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Don’t Forget – OSHA 300A Summary Posting!

- January 26, 2018 by Giovanni Tejada (View all posts by Giovanni)
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It’s that time of year when employers are required to tally the number of entries on their “Log of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses” (OSHA Form 300), and post the “Summary of Work-related Injuries and Illnesses” (OSHA Form 300A) in a …  Read more …

OSHA Electronic Reporting Requirement

- December 11, 2017 by Rick Fineman (View all posts by Rick)
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In 2016, OSHA issued a final rule regarding the tracking and reporting of workplace injuries. Electronic submission — rather than paper submission — of injury and illness data, also known as the Log 300, will be required. Covered employers with 250 …  Read more …

Horizontal and Vertical Standards – What’s the Difference?

- October 9, 2017 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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I was told once that if an OSHA Compliance Safety & Health Officer (CSHO) cited me in the wrong book (for example a construction company cited in 29 CFR 1910 General Industry) that the citation would be thrown out. Is …  Read more …

OSHA Top Ten List for 2017 Released

- October 6, 2017 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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OSHA announced its top ten list of most frequent citations for 2017 at the National Safety Congress and Expo in September. The National Safety Council covered the story on their website, but since this data can help our policyholders find …  Read more …

SASVEEEK: The Four Elements of an OSHA Violation

- August 2, 2017 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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SASVEEK is not the sister of Sasquatch, but rather, an acronym for the tenets of a sound (and just) OSHA violation. Criteria must be met for Compliance Safety Health Officers (CSHOs) to have a solid case to support a citation. …  Read more …

OSHA: Strategies for When They Inspect You

- July 7, 2017 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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No matter how many OSHA workplace safety inspections you’ve encountered, the thought of an inspector knocking may make you anxious. Often, OSHA inspectors will arrive without providing advanced notice – only adding to the uncertainty and anxiety. However, by knowing …  Read more …