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Annual OSHA Training RequiredOSHA

Annual OSHA Training Required, Consistency is Important

Consistent safety training will always pay back over and over again as employees’ experience fewer injuries and illnesses, demonstrate better morale, and the company realizes lower insurance premiums. What is the best way for any company to figure out the OSHA annual training requirements?

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What the General Duty Clause Means for Employees and Employers

What happens when there is no OSHA standard on a specific safety hazard? You know it’s unsafe… but OSHA hasn’t gotten around to writing a specific regulation to cover that hazard. Learn more about how OSHA's General Duty Clause might apply.

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Reporting Injuries and Fatalities to OSHA: What You Need to Know

If a serious injury or fatality occurs on the job, do you know the OSHA reporting requirements or do you automatically assume you are exempt? Review the main points to remember now so you are prepared, and then keep the focus on safety so you never have to put this knowledge to use.

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Protect Your People: How OSHA Can Help With Your Safety Program

How do you start a safety program? How do you know if your safety program is good enough? Is a safety and health program ever finished? Learn more about how OSHA is helping companies like yours improve their safety program.

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Stay Compliant with OSHA's Mandatory Safety Training Requirements

What is the best way for any company to figure out the OSHA annual training requirements? Every company is different and the answer isn't exactly straightforward, but we share the best place to start!

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OSHA Inspector at the Job SiteOSHA

What To Do When an OSHA Inspector Arrives at Your Job Site

What are the do's and don'ts when it comes to OSHA visits? Make sure to have a safety meeting on this topic at least once a year so your employees are prepared.

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The Best Way to Prepare Your Team for a Site Visit from OSHA

What are the do's and don'ts when it comes to OSHA visits? Make sure to have a safety meeting on this topic at least once a year so your employees are prepared.

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Worker with Hard Hat and DollarsOSHA

Every Organization Can Benefit from OSHA's Safety Pays Calculator

‍Use this simple worksheet to calculate the impact of injuries and illnesses on your company’s profits and learn more about how implementing a workplace safety and health program is not only the right thing to do for the workers but also a wise business decision that will save your company money.

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OSHA's On-Site Consultation Program is Free and Confidential

For small & medium-sized businesses operating across the United States, OSHA’s on-site consultation program is FREE and confidential. Learn more about how you can use this free program to identify workplace hazards, ensure compliance on your jobsites and establish your health and safety program.

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OSHA Safety MeetingsOSHA

Safety Meetings Help Exceed OSHA Safe Workplace Requirements

Find out how adding regular safety meetings and toolbox talks to your safety program ensures your company meets many of the OSHA safe workplace requirements.

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Exposed: OSHA's Top 10 Workplace Safety Violations

Every year OSHA releases the infamous Top 10 list and every year there is little change. Why is this list important and why should top management quit ignoring it?

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How to Get Free Workplace Safety Materials from OSHA

Starting a safety program can seem like a huge hurdle, but there are a lot of free resources that help you get started. We can point you in the right direction.

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