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Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2)
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Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2)

Every day, more than 12 workers die on the job – and more than 4.1 million workers suffer a serious...  More →

Workplace Injuries and Illnesses Infographic
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Workplace Injuries and Illnesses Infographic

According to OSHA, approximately 6,000 employees in the U.S. die from workplace injuries while another 50,000 die from illnesses caused...  More →

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Protect Yourself From Heat Illness When Working Outside This Summer
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Protect Yourself From Heat Illness When Working Outside This Summer

Working outdoors this summer? It’s all about water, rest, and shade. Those are the words of wisdom from OSHA, as...  More →

Related Topics: heat , Heating , Heat stress

OSHA Rule Change: Injury and Illness Reporting
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OSHA Rule Change: Injury and Illness Reporting

On July 17, OSHA announced an expansion to their existing injury and illness reporting rule that will take effect starting...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA , Regulations

Employers First Report of Injury or Illness Form
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Employers First Report of Injury or Illness Form

Use this free template as your Employers First Report of Injury & Illness. This template works for state-level mandatory reporting...  More →

SIF: Serious Injury or Fatality Incident Determination and Reporting Guidelines
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SIF: Serious Injury or Fatality Incident Determination and Reporting Guidelines

Injury and illness prevention used to focus on overall reduction of incidents; you reduce any and all accidents, you reduce...  More →

Lead Awareness
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Lead Awareness

Lead is one of the most common toxic elements found in industry and is a leading cause of workplace illness...  More →

Flu Season Safety
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Flu Season Safety

This safety training tip topic is flu season safety. Influenza, also known as the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness...  More →

Tackle OSHA's Top 10
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Tackle OSHA's Top 10

OSHA's Top 10 Most-Frequent Citations address hazards that commonly result in serious occupational injury, fatality, or illness. This mix of...  More →

Incident Investigation Part 1
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Incident Investigation Part 1

A workplace incident is defined as an event that adversely affects completion of a task. Incidents may include injuries, illnesses...  More →

Respiratory Protection
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Respiratory Protection

Did you know that an estimated 5 million workers are required to wear respirators throughout the United States? And that...  More →

Meeting Incident Reporting Requirements
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Meeting Incident Reporting Requirements

Have you submitted your annual workplace injuries and illness report to OSHA yet? If your organization falls into a category...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA , Recordkeeping

Holiday Tips: How To Combat Overexertion
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Holiday Tips: How To Combat Overexertion

Each year, overexertion accounts for roughly 30% of all nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses. But what exactly does overexertion mean...  More →

Related Topics: overexertion , warehouse , warehouse safety , Holiday , holiday safety

Ready for an OSHA Safety Data Sheet Audit?
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Ready for an OSHA Safety Data Sheet Audit?

Maintaining an accurate, up to date safety data sheet collection is the first step in avoiding OSHA’s 2nd most-frequently cited...  More →

Safety Budget Worksheet
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Safety Budget Worksheet

If you haven’t read the Safety Budget eBook that accompanies this worksheet, you can download here.Why All Organizations Need a...  More →

Why Online Training is a Smart Investment
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Why Online Training is a Smart Investment

Operational Savings Workers and their employers pay dearly because of injuries, illnesses, and deaths. They also can have property damage...  More →

Related Topics: accident , Compliance , Construction , engagement , hr , job , online safety training , PPE , return on investment

OSHA Sets Rules on Reporting, but What About Reporting Near Misses?
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OSHA Sets Rules on Reporting, but What About Reporting Near Misses?

Near misses are events that could have resulted in worker injury or illness, or damaged property, but for some reason...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA , Incident Reporting , reporting

OSHA Extends Compliance Date for Electronic Submission of Injury Reports
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OSHA Extends Compliance Date for Electronic Submission of Injury Reports

OSHA has extended the compliance deadline for certain employers to electronically submit reports on workplace injuries and illnesses until December...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA , Compliance

Best Practices for Handwashing
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Best Practices for Handwashing

Washing your hands is one of the easiest and most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs and illnesses...  More →

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Why Tech Businesses Need to Care About Worker Safety
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Why Tech Businesses Need to Care About Worker Safety

You know what? You’re right. The risk of occupational injuries and illnesses is lower in the tech industry, statistically speaking...  More →

Related Topics: active shooter , Compliance , Driver safety , Electrical , Electrical Safety , emergency response

What’s the OSHA Data Initiative (ODI)?
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What’s the OSHA Data Initiative (ODI)?

The OSHA Data Initiative (ODI) is a data collection effort to learn more about private-sector occupational injury & illness rates...  More →

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New COVID-19 Case Management App & Pandemic Preparedness Training
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New COVID-19 Case Management App & Pandemic Preparedness Training

Note: HSI’s response to the global Coronavirus pandemic involves a combination of technology and critical training for Pandemic Preparedness, Transmissible...  More →

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How OSHA Evaluates the Safety of Your Business
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How OSHA Evaluates the Safety of Your Business

The OSHA Data Initiative (ODI) is a data collection effort to learn more about private-sector occupational injury & illness rates...  More →

Related Topics: Compliance , hr , fails , job , mining , OSHA , Recordkeeping

Best Practices for Preventing Heat-Related Emergencies
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Best Practices for Preventing Heat-Related Emergencies

High temperatures can be dangerous to people at work, home and play. A hot environment with high humidity can lead...  More →

Related Topics: heat , Emergency , heat stroke

The Seven HACCP Principles
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The Seven HACCP Principles

The first principle in HACCP is to conduct a hazard analysis. This involves studying the production process of a food...  More →

Related Topics: Compliance , hr , mining , PPE , Recordkeeping , risk , Safety , training records

How to Prepare for Summer Power Outages
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How to Prepare for Summer Power Outages

With record heat waves in many parts of the United States, summer power outages can quickly become dangerous. The threat...  More →

Related Topics: Power outage , emergency preparedness

OSHA's 300 Log - How to Make this Easier with a Safety Management System
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OSHA's 300 Log - How to Make this Easier with a Safety Management System

If you could use a deeper understanding on OSHA regulations, and how automating and digitizing OSHA logs can save you...  More →

Best Practices for Preventing Heat-Related Emergencies
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Best Practices for Preventing Heat-Related Emergencies

High temperatures can be dangerous to people at work, home and play. A hot environment with high humidity can lead...  More →

Related Topics: heat , Emergency

Respiratory Protection for Surface Miners
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Respiratory Protection for Surface Miners

Surface mining work presents a host of risks, and airborne contaminants can be one of the most dangerous. Contaminants in...  More →

Related Topics: Compliance , deadly gasses , Hazards , mining , MSHA , PPE

How to Prepare for Summer Power Outages
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How to Prepare for Summer Power Outages

With record heat waves in many parts of the United States, summer power outages can quickly become dangerous. The threat...  More →

Related Topics: Power outage , emergency preparedness

Setting the Record Straight on OSHA Recordkeeping
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Setting the Record Straight on OSHA Recordkeeping

If your company has more than 10 employees or isn’t otherwise exempt, you’re probably aware that you have an OSHA...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA RECORDKEEPING

American Heart Month: How to Raise Awareness
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American Heart Month: How to Raise Awareness

February is American Heart Month, which gives each of us an opportunity to motivate our family, friends and students to...  More →

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The Role of HR in Safety and Compliance
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The Role of HR in Safety and Compliance

To date, there are 180 federal laws that mandate what companies must do to ensure the health and safety of...  More →

Related Topics: Human Resources , Safety , safety pro , safety training , Workplace Safety , Workplace Culture

OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week
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OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week

June 12-18, 2017, is OSHA’s inaugural “Safe + Sound Week,” and it’s all about recognizing the value of a robust...  More →

Related Topics: OSHA , Week

Employee Safety Training
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Employee Safety Training

I had the question asked of me one day, “When should a company provide the OSHA required safety training?” I...  More →

Related Topics: awareness , Compliance , hr , exposure , PPE , risk , Safety

Q & A: Post-Incident Drug Testing
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Q & A: Post-Incident Drug Testing

Question: “How do I decided when to drug test for an injury?” Answer: “The rule does not prohibit drug testing...  More →

Related Topics: awareness , Compliance , hr , online safety training , PPE , OSHA

American Heart Month: How to Raise Awareness
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American Heart Month: How to Raise Awareness

February is American Heart Month, which gives each of us an opportunity to motivate our family, friends and students to...  More →

Related Topics: heart health

OSHA Recommends Water, Rest and Shade for Outdoor Workers
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OSHA Recommends Water, Rest and Shade for Outdoor Workers

For those who work outdoors, the next several months can be a difficult time of year as the weather heats...  More →

Related Topics: Courses , Water , Heating , Heat stress

New Safety Infographic! Free Download
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New Safety Infographic! Free Download

Workplace Safety: Protect Your Workers 13 WORKERS DIE EVERYDAY from traumatic injuries in the USA.OVER $95 BILLION EVERY YEAR is...  More →

Related Topics: fall protection , hazard communication , OSHA , Safety , workers comp

OSHA's Leading Indicators
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OSHA's Leading Indicators

*Note: This content is republished from OSHA’s 2019 publication Using Leading Indicators to Improve Safety and Health Outcomes found here...  More →

Related Topics: effectiveness , indicators , leading indicators , OSHA , predictive , preparedness , prevention , prevention of accidents , proactive

Destigmatizing Mental Health Issues Through Storytelling
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Destigmatizing Mental Health Issues Through Storytelling

Storytelling is a powerful way of destigmatizing mental health concerns in the workplace. If one admits to struggling with anxiety...  More →

Related Topics: Health & Wellness , mental health , Communication Skills , Psychological Safety , Workplace Culture

Understanding OSHA’s HAZCOM and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Standards
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Understanding OSHA’s HAZCOM and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Standards

Hazardous chemicals in the workplace kill an estimated 50,000 workers each year in the United States, and an estimated 190,00...  More →

Related Topics: HAZCOM , GHS , OSHA

How to Match Training by Industry & Employee Group
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How to Match Training by Industry & Employee Group

Having spent a number of years on OSHA’s ‘Ergonomics Team’, which focused on enforcement in long term care facilities...  More →

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OSHA and Worker Safety in Hospitals
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OSHA and Worker Safety in Hospitals

Many of our emergency care instructors are based in the broader healthcare field, especially in hospital settings, and today’s blog...  More →

Related Topics: Hospital , OSHA

Deadly Flu Season Continues
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Deadly Flu Season Continues

The current flu season is grabbing headlines at the regional and national level, as medical groups and hospitals continue to...  More →

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HSI May Newsletter
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HSI May Newsletter

Your monthly digest of EHS, Compliance, and Professional Development resources & news for you and your business, with something for everyone....  More →

Related Topics: newsletter , safety pro , Safety , Health , health and safety , safety training , sexual harassment , Regulations , Heat stress , anti harassment

What You Need to Know About Splash Pad Safety
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What You Need to Know About Splash Pad Safety

Splash pads are popular attractions for families looking for an easy alternative to public pools and water parks. These little...  More →

Related Topics: Water Safety

Implementing Mental Health into Your OHS Program
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Implementing Mental Health into Your OHS Program

Occupational health and safety has been at the forefront of employers’ minds for decades, with some safety organizations getting their...  More →

Related Topics: mental health , ohs , safety programs

How to Keep Your Lungs Strong for COVID-19
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How to Keep Your Lungs Strong for COVID-19

An offense is the best defense for maintaining your lung health during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this unprecedented time, it...  More →

Related Topics: coronavirus , covid-19

What You Need to Know About Splash Pad Safety
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What You Need to Know About Splash Pad Safety

Splash pads are popular attractions for families looking for an easy alternative to public pools and water parks. These little...  More →

Related Topics: Water Safety

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