What is the difference between a target and a measure? Moreover, why is it important to distinguish between the two? At the beginning of every calendar year our teams get together and discuss goals. Our goal meetings are often conducted with the best intentions; however, we often miss our mark by confounding targets and measures.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic through Oct. 8, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited 85 establishments for violations relating to coronavirus, resulting in proposed penalties totaling $1,222,156.
OSHA has released a Small Entity Compliance Guide for General Industry and Maritime to help small business employers comply with the agency's Final Rule to Protect Workers from Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica.
On Wednesday, July 19th from 2-3:30, ORCHSE Strategies's will be offering a webinar on Advanced OSHA Recordkeeping. This webinar targets those with knowledge of injury & illness recordkeeping requirements who would like to better understand the nuances and special rules associated with injury & illness recordkeeping. ORCHSE's Steve Newell and Lisa Brooks will be leading the webinar.
TRA is pleased to announce the release of Version 5.7 of its IndustrySafe Safety Management Software. IndustrySafe Software provides organizations with web-based safety data management tools, including key safety performance metrics, incident and OSHA recordkeeping, inspections, training tracking, hazards, behavioral based safety, and more.
EtQ, a leading provider of Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety Compliance Software Solutions, today announced the launch of traqpath, a free application that enables users to conduct simple compliance tracking activities for events affecting their business, by leveraging either their mobile device or a Web browser,
Workforce Safety and Management SaaS provider, Intelivert, announced the release of the Scribe for OSHA app in the Apple iTunes Store. Scribe for OSHA helps guide safety professionals through applicable OSHA reporting and recordkeeping rules, based on the type of severe incident they may be dealing with.
The responsibilities and expectations placed on supervisors are enormous at times—production, workforce management, quality control, budgets, and of course safety. These “deliverables” communicated to them by management require the supervisor to work within the employers system to effectively perform their duties.
2012 OSHA Law and Best Practices Free Webinar Series
August 22, 2012
Join Vivid Learning Systems for a highly informative webinar series. This FREE webinar series will provide everything you need to know to assure that you comply with OSHA standards and prevent employees from being exposed to hazardous conditions in 2012.
A recent OSHA memo is "a great step forward in trying to address the growing problem of policies and practices that discourage reporting of injuries," according to Peg Seminario, Safety and Health Director of the AFL-CIO.