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Is OSHA’s proposal for E-Reporting going too far?

Is OSHA’s proposal for E-Reporting going too far?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has put forth a proposed rule that will require many employers to track injuries and illnesses electronically on a new system. If approved, the rule will require this type of reporting take place at least every quarter. For employers with 250+ employees, the website where the data will be sent

Tony Ferraro | December 19, 2013 | Continuous Improvement | OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety


2014 Regularity Priorities from OSHA Announced

2014 Regularity Priorities from OSHA Announced

Each year the US department of Labor, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announces a list of their priorities for the following year. In fact, they often release updates throughout the year, but the one that comes out at this time of the year typically gets the most attention. All companies would be wise to

Tony Ferraro | December 17, 2013 | Continuous Improvement | OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety



Why Use a Checklist for Your Inspections?

Why Use a Checklist for Your Inspections?

Performing inspections is one of the most important jobs of a safety manager. Even in cases when the actual inspections aren’t directly performed by the safety manager, he or she will still be responsible for reviewing the results and taking action where necessary. Unfortunately, for many facilities, an inspection ends up being little more than a

Tony Ferraro | September 9, 2013 | Safety | Continuous Improvement, Facility Efficiency, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety




Minimal Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Minimal Lockout/Tagout Procedures

While many facilities choose to implement a higher standard for their lockout / tagout procedures, the OSHA standard does have some minimal requirements to be in compliance for this type of work.  Following the minimal lockout/tagout procedures will keep people much safer than having no safety standard in place at all, and it is a great place to

Tony Ferraro | May 15, 2013 | Lockout Tagout, Safety | Electrical Safety, Lockout Tagout, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety