Top 10 OSHA Violations
July 25 - 10:00 AM EST
Many of the injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace are preventable. Register for Key Risk’s webinar to learn more about OSHA’s ten most frequently cited violations, which often correlate to those injuries and illnesses. During this webinar, we will provide you with helpful tools to ensure your programs are up to date, and more importantly, information you can use to protect your employees from the hazards associated with these standards.
Featured SafetyConnection Topics
June and July are peak months for summer fires, especially with grilling and the use of fireworks! Be sure to check out this SafetyConnection to learn how fires are commonly caused and familiarize yourself with smart fire safety rules.
During a Active Shooter situation it is critical that employees act quickly and reasonably, keeping in mind that customers and clients are likely to follow their example. Check out this SafetyConnection for tips on how to best respond.
Fire extinguishers are an important piece of safety equipment. In the event of a fire, seconds count. Follow these tips to be sure you are prepared to use a fire extinguisher and maximize the limited supply of material available.
OSHA was founded in 1970 with a mission to assure safe and healthful conditions for working men and women. This SafetyConnection will summarize some key points that are important to your efforts to comply with OSHA regulations.
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New research suggests that distraction is present in 52% of normal day-to-day driving. Check out this SafetyConnection to familiarize yourself with the three types of distracted driving and for tips to discourage distractions while driving.