UPDATE: Drone Operator Identified that causes Black Hawk Crash above Staten Island

Drone Operator Finally Identified. After weeks of an intense investigation, The National Transportation Safety Board was able to identify the drone operator that crashed his DJI Phantom into an Army UH-60 Helicopter on September 21st. Though the operators identity has remained anonymous, The National Transportation Board conducted a thorough interview and the drone operator has … Continue reading UPDATE: Drone Operator Identified that causes Black Hawk Crash above Staten Island

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Don’t put your safety initiatives aside just because OSHA Rules are on hold

Even though some OSHA Rules are on hold, many experts believe they will still move forward just as they are. We've seen a variety of rollbacks and delays to rescind OSHA rules but this doesn't mean you should not progress your work safety initiatives. We have always seen such delays when it comes to safety … Continue reading Don’t put your safety initiatives aside just because OSHA Rules are on hold

Keeping Your Garden Center Safe – Avoiding Work Related Accidents & Costly Fines

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specific safety standards for garden centers which help keep your employees safe. They perform random inspections and the last thing you want, is to not be ready or compliant when they do. Fines can be very expensive, starting from $12,000 and upwards of $126,000.  The can actually … Continue reading Keeping Your Garden Center Safe – Avoiding Work Related Accidents & Costly Fines

Food Safety Requires Sacrifices

In America, food service jobs do not provide paid sick leave to servers, kitchen workers and even managers. Unfortunately though, many food service jobs pay low wages so it creates a huge hardship on employees if they are sick. Being in the front line of food service, these workers have a legal and moral obligation … Continue reading Food Safety Requires Sacrifices