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Jason Rozar

Jason Rozar

Southeastern U.S. Regional Manager

Jason joined the ICW Group risk management team in 2007 and is the Regional Manager for ICW Group’s Southeastern U.S. region; Technical Specialist team; Texas; Oklahoma, and Las Vegas. He manages a team of Risk Management Professionals in the identification, quantification and mitigation of risk, while contributing to the overall strategy, goals and objectives of the Company. Jason is United States Air Force veteran, serving 9.5 years, and has a degree in Environmental safety and Health from the College of Southern Nevada.

Posts by Jason...

Building a Flammable Storage Locker

April 30, 2019 by Jason Rozar Comments off

The need for flammable storage lockers can create a lot of questions for a company. Typical questions include: “What are the requirements for a flammable storage locker?” and “Can I build my own Flammable Locker from wood?” A flammable locker …  Read more …

Office Ergonomics – Don’t Just Sit There

January 4, 2019 by Jason Rozar No comments

Movement invigorates the mind, leads to higher productivity, reduces back pain and increases your energy levels. It also helps the blood circulate oxygen and nutrients throughout your body. Some studies have shown that lack of movement throughout the day may …  Read more …

Safety Training – What Type of Learners are Your Employees?

November 16, 2017 by Jason Rozar No comments

Did you see an ocean of blank stares in the audience the last time you conducted training on a new process, chemical or piece of equipment? Was your team fully engaged and active in the discussion? If you saw mostly stares, …  Read more …

The Dreaded General Duty Clause

November 10, 2014 by Jason Rozar No comments

I recently read about a company that accepted a fine under Section 5 of the OSH Act, better known as the General Duty Clause.  The general duty provisions are cited in inspections only when there are no specific standards applicable …  Read more …

Who needs a Bloodborne Pathogens Program?

February 28, 2014 by Jason Rozar No comments

This standard protects workers who can reasonably be anticipated to come into contact with blood or OPIM (Other Potentially Infectious Material) as a result of doing their job duties. Who falls under reasonably anticipated you ask? It encompasses any employee …  Read more …

Fire Extinguishers Inspection, Maintenance and Testing

January 17, 2014 by Jason Rozar No comments

As I visit many of my clients, I randomly will inspect their portable fire extinguishers as we tour the facility. During these inspections I have found that many of my clients are not in compliance with the OSHA standard 1910.157 even …  Read more …