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Are you using NIOSH approved N95 respirators?

In the occupational health and safety space, NIOSH approved N95 respirators play a pivotal role in safeguarding workers from hazardous airborne particles. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) offers two fact sheets on filtering face piece...

Dept. of Labor Advances Heat Safety Rulemaking, Intensifies Enforcement

  Outdoor workers face a variety of hazards including extreme temperatures, noise, sun exposure, biological hazards like venomous wildlife and insects, poisonous plants, and risks associated with adverse weather conditions such as lightning strikes. However, heat...

35 Violations, $868K in Fines for New Jersey Auto Recycler

  Ignore the rules, and you could end up paying the price. And, that’s exactly what happened to one Camden, New Jersey auto recycler and parts supplier A comprehensive safety and health program is crucial for protecting employees and ensuring a safe work...

Who’s Liable on a Multi-Employer Worksite?

In multi-employer worksites, such as construction projects, where multiple employers like general contractors, subcontractors, and others have workers on-site, determining responsibility for workplace safety violations can be difficult. OSHA has a specific policy that...

What to Know About OSHA Regulations in the Cannabis Industry

The cannabis industry continues its rapid expansion, with a growing workforce and unique occupational health hazards. In the U.S., this industry is projected to reach $72 billion annually by 2030, according to industry research group New Frontier Data.  While most...

The Costs of Overlooking Medical Surveillance

OSHA and Medical Surveillance In the hustle and bustle of the workplace, it's easy to overlook the critical importance of medical surveillance. Medical surveillance programs help employers identify health hazards, monitor employee health over time, and evaluate the...

Are You Complying with OSHA’s Drug & Alcohol Testing Guidance?

  Occupational health is a critical aspect of a safe and productive work environment. As part of that, one key component consists of alcohol and drug testing programs that comply with OSHA requirements. Here, we’ll dive into a few key points regarding alcohol and...

New OSHA Initiatives to Combat Silica Exposure in Engineered Stone Industry

  If you’re operating within the engineered stone industry, take note: OSHA’s gearing up to take a closer look into your operations. Specifically, the dangers respirable silica could pose to your team. In fact, don’t be surprised if stricter standards are looming...

OSHA CITATIONS: How to Respond as an Employer

So, you've been cited by OSHA. With OSHA conducting approximately 32,000 inspections annually, it's not uncommon that they catch companies off-guard with discovered hazards, and leaving uncertainty about what steps come next. You’re probably worrying about hefty...

Breaking Down the On-Site OSHA Inspection Process

So, you know those surprise visits that seem to come out of nowhere? Well, OSHA inspections are a bit like that, but for workplaces. And thankfully, you'll usually have a bit of time to prepare for one. They can pop up for a variety of reasons – like when OSHA decides...