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OSHA Cites Alabama Company After Heat Illness Related Death

  As temperatures soar during the summer months, the risk of heat-related illness escalates, posing a significant threat to individuals exposed to excessive heat. From heat cramps and heat exhaustion, to potentially fatal heatstroke, these conditions can manifest...

Health Monitoring for Emergency Responders: OSHA’s Proposed Rule Explained

Occupational and environmental emergencies not only threaten the lives & health of the public, but those who respond, as well. Now, OSHA hopes to adjust the requirements regarding health monitoring for emergency responders. Emergency responders are normally the...

OSHA Form 300A Submission Guidelines for 2024

  Once again, it’s that time of the year. Let's talk about something that might not be the highlight of your day but crucial nonetheless for the well-being of your workplace – OSHA Form 300A. OSHA has notified employers they’re now collecting Form 300A data for...

OSHA Fines Major EV Battery Manufacturer $75K

  Picture this: a bustling electric vehicle battery plant, the hub of innovation and progress. Thousands of skilled workers combine with cutting-edge technology helping power the electric car revolution. But, hold the presses! Things aren't always as impressive...

The Essential Role of DOT-Physical Exams

  In the ever-evolving world of work, keeping your hardworking team in the best shape possible should be on every employer’s radar. One key player in this game is the Department of Transportation (DOT) physical exam – a thorough checkup to ensure those in...

Forewarned: The Six Types of OSHA Violations

Regardless of the industry, one simple fact rings true: employee safety comes first and foremost. And OSHA is just one inspection away from making sure of it. It doesn’t matter what business you’re in. Whether it’s construction, the service industry, food processing,...

10 Reasons To Prioritize Workplace Respiratory Protection Programs in 2024

  In the dynamic landscape of occupational health, you’re constantly challenged to adapt and implement measures that ensure the safety and well-being of your workforce. And, as we enter 2024, the spotlight on workplace respiratory protection programs has become...

Safety Oversight Leads to Fatality, $55K in OSHA Fines

  In a tragic incident in June 2023, a 52-year-old leach tank operator at a chemical manufacturing facility lost his life due to fatal chemical and thermal burns, a safety oversight which never should have happened. Sadly, the subsequent federal investigation by...

Industrial Gas Manufacturing Plant Faces $201K in Fines Following Diborane Explosion, Injuries

  Diborane is a chemical compound made up of boron and hydrogen atoms, commonly used in industrial gas manufacturing. Highly unstable at room temperature, with a sweet odor, this toxic and flammable gas is commonly used in rocket propellants, as a reducing agent,...

Fatal Explosion Highlights Combustible Dust Hazards

  Without a doubt, combustible dust hazards pose a deadly serious danger on the worksite. As evidence, a catastrophic explosion at a Newburyport pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing facility on May 4, 2023, resulted in a tragic loss of life. Prompting a...