Archive for Tag: OSHA

03.05.19

What Should I Do if an Employee is Injured at Work?

If your company participates in the Helpside Workers’ Compensation program, there are specific steps you should take any time an employee is injured to ensure that the employee is taken care of and the claim has the best possible outcome. If the employee’s injury is life or limb threatening, please seek emergency treatment at the nearest emergency […]

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02.15.19

Small Businesses Can Stay Informed Using OSHA Resources

This article was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director for...
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01.07.19

The Two Most Common Workplace Injury Types and How to Prevent Them

This post was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director and...
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05.10.18

Would You Know What to Do If OSHA Came Today?

One of the best ways to avoid paying fines for...
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04.12.18

Three Defensive Driving Tips That Could Save Your Employee’s Life

Many jobs require employees to drive a company vehicle. While...
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02.14.18

Five Financial Benefits of a Successful Safety Program

Every company big or small is always trying to find...
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01.26.18

Six Things you Need to Build a Successful Safety Culture

Every safety program should be unique to the company and individuals who have created the safety program. Some companies’ want a safety program that is very involved and robust. By contrast, some companies want to implement the bare minimum. No matter what your safety tolerance is, there are some fundamental pillars that every safety program […]

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01.22.18

OSHA Announces Final Rule on Electronic Reporting

This blog was written by Raul Ontiveros, Workers’ Compensation Claims...
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01.08.18

Using the 10 Most Frequent OSHA Violations to Improve Safety

Every year OSHA releases the top 10 most frequently cited...
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12.11.17

Employer Rights During an OSHA Inspection

OSHA shows up at your door for a workplace inspection....
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