Some things don't change... According to the OSHA Information System data from Oct. 1, 2018 to Aug. 15, 2019, Fall Protection again topped the list of most cited OSHA violations. The agency and Safety+Health announced Tuesday at the National Safety Council 2019 Congress
Video clips abound on social media (and most have gone viral) related to careless forklift driving that usually end with catastrophic results. Often, they occur when an otherwise good forklift operator forgets the safety basics of knowing what is behind
The Department of Transportation is working with Transport Canada (TC) on TC’s 3-year sandbox electronic shipping papers program. During this time, various applications and devices will be used to replace the paper shipping documents required to travel with hazardous waste
A glass company in Moraine, Ohio faces $724,380 in penalties after OSHA recently cited them for exposing employees to multiple safety and health hazards. But, this wasn’t the first time. OSHA initiated this latest inspection of the automotive glass manufacturer
Many localities and sewer districts have been trying for years to discourage citizens from disposing of their unused, outdated or unneeded pharmaceuticals by flushing them down the drain. Did you know It was common practice for Health care facilities and
Technology is changing, the workforce demographics are changing as well as your customer demands – how do you keep up with it all? Imagine this – you have a great idea, a new technology that will improve productivity and sales.