Safety articles on OSHA

Annual OSHA Training Required
OSHA

Annual OSHA Training Required, Consistency is Important

Consistent annual safety training is the key to fewer injuries and illnesses, better morale, and financial gains through lower insurance premiums.

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Hospital Emergency Room
OSHA

Reporting Injuries to OSHA: What You Need to Know

Review the main points on injury reporting 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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Worker with Hard Hat and Dollars
OSHA

OSHA's Safety Pays Calculator Benefits Every Company

Understand how implementing a workplace safety program is not only the right thing to do, but also a wise decision that will save your company money.

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OSHA Inspector at the Job Site
OSHA

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

What should you do when OSHA stops by for a visit? Make sure to have a safety meeting on this topic at least once a year so your employees are prepared.

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OSHA Safety Meetings
OSHA

Safety Meetings Help Exceed OSHA Safety Requirements

Learn 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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OSHA Inspector with Supervisor
OSHA

Best Ways to Prepare Your Team for an OSHA Site Visit

At least once a year, make sure to have a safety meeting covering how to behave during an OSHA site visit so your employees feel confident and prepared.

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OSHA General Duty Clause
OSHA

OSHA's General Duty Clause and Why It's Important

What happens when there is no OSHA standard on a specific safety hazard? Learn more about how OSHA's General Duty Clause might apply at your organization.

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Graphic banner that says OSHA's Whistleblower Protection Program.
OSHA

OSHA’s Whistleblower Protection Program Protects Employees

OSHA's Whistleblower Protection Program enforces federal laws that protect employees from retaliation after reporting workplace health and safety concerns.

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OSHA VPP banner with smiling worker.
OSHA

OSHA VPP: Voluntary Protection Programs for Businesses

OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) recognize employers who have implemented effective safety and health management systems.

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