regulations

New Slip, Trip, and Fall Revisions Start January 17, 2017

By |2016-12-19T16:34:35+00:00December 19th, 2016|Compliance, Employee, Health, News, Regulations, Safety|

caution sign OSHA created Subpart D, “Walking-Working Surfaces” in 1971 and has attempted revisions in 1973, 1990, and 2010. After 26 years of trying, spurred largely by the ever-increasing number of fatalities due to falls in both the construction and general industry sectors, OSHA has finalized a significant overhaul of existing Subpart D

Transitioning to a Trump Administration: What It Could Mean for the Department of Labor and OSHA

By |2016-11-10T20:55:35+00:00November 10th, 2016|Compliance, Employee, Health, News, Regulations, Safety|

As this is only a couple of days following the election, many of the “likely scenarios” and “expected trends on regulatory actions” under President-Elect Trump’s administration are only based on educated suppositions. However, the following comments by Former Assistant Secretary of Labor Edwin G. Foulke Jr. offer some interesting insider insights and plausible shifting of

2017 Health and Safety Compliance Calendar

By |2016-10-21T19:31:47+00:00October 21st, 2016|Compliance, Employee, Health, Regulations, Safety|

As the last two months of 2016 are upon us, we wonder how we got here so quickly. Is there a way to avoid being so busy and enable us to make some of that time available for other things? One way is to take the anxiety out of missing deadlines by using a compliance