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  • Respirator Fit-Testing in Healthcare During COVID-19 Outbreak

    WASHINGTON, DC – Following President Donald J. Trump’s memorandum on the availability of respirators during the COVID-19 outbreak, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued new temporary guidance regarding the enforcement of OSHA’s Respiratory Protection standard. This guidance is aimed at ensuring healthcare workers have full access to needed […] READ MORE...

  • Telecommuting Work during a Pandemic

    Many government officials, including those at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), have called on employers to allow their employees to work from home whenever possible to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. Telework can be quite productive if employers adhere to best practice. In some cases, employers have found themselves with little […] READ MORE...

  • Enjoy the Holiday Season Safely

    The holiday season is once again upon us! From mid-November to mid-January is the time when family and friends gather, parties are scheduled and travel increases. Being attentive to some basic precautions will ensure that you and your family remain safe throughout the season. Be Prepared when traveling for the Holidays Despite having the highest […] READ MORE...

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    Why Fall Protection continues to be the most violated OSHA standard

    While it is not always easy to keep up with all the requirements that are placed on a facility, this is no excuse. One of the most important parts of running any business is keeping your employees safe while on the job. Part of that is taking the time to really understand all the regulations related to fall protection so that you can avoid potentially serious accidents and injuries. READ MORE...