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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated the National Emphasis Program (NEP) on preventing trenching and excavation collapses in response to a recent spike in trenching fatalities.
OSHA’s NEP will increase education and enforcement efforts.
Learn more about how to prepare your home and/or business with information regarding winter readiness topics including:
No business is totally immune from disaster. Every year, businesses temporarily shut down—or close forever—because of a disaster such as a flood, fire or hurricane. Forty percent of businesses do not reopen after a disaster and another 25 percent fail within one year, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Lifting and carrying are power jobs that require special care and training to prevent back injuries. Back injuries accounted for 177,580 of the total 905,690 injuries in the private sector in 2012, according to Injury Facts 2015. Back injuries can be difficult to treat and may result in lengthy and expensive rehabilitation.
Whether lifting at home or at work, make an effort to take special care of your back.
Keeping your employees informed using an employee handbook is not only helpful to them, but often required.
When you are preparing or revising an employee handbook, this checklist may be helpful.
In today’s increasingly digital world, the primary threats that aim to disrupt businesses can come from a variety of sources and malicious applications.
Here are five big cyber threats that could impact your business along with how you can protect yourself from each.