The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited a national farm supply company, for failing to maintain forklifts properly at its facility. The company faces proposed penalties of up to $260,000. OSHA responded to complaints that they allowed employees to operate a damaged forklift, despite employees’ reports of faulty … Continue reading U.S. Department of Labor Proposes Penalties for Farm Supply Company For Operating Damaged Forklift at its Ohio Facility
Happy Spring!! It’s that time of the year again to start your spring planting. Some farmers are already getting a jump on the season. This time of the year can be a hectic one for all farmers. It is important to remember all safety practices before someone is injured in the fields. Here is a … Continue reading Spring Planting and Season Safety Practices
Penalty amounts for workplace safety and health violations by OSHA have increased for 2018. Each Willful and Repeat violation fine will be $129,336.00 Serious , other than serious and posting requirement fines will be $12,934.00 Failure to correct violations will be $12,935.00 for each day the condition continues. We can help you avoid these fines! … Continue reading OSHA VIOLATIONS INCREASE
Just a reminder it is required by law to post your business's OSHA 300A 2017 Injury Log, until April 30th 2018! If you need help with this, plesae contact us @ Info@safetyncomplianceservices.com Your Safety is our Goal!
President Donald J. Trump’s fiscal year 2019 budget request for OSHA supports his continued efforts to assure safe and healthful jobs for the American people. “The President’s budget provides a fiscally responsible framework to advance the Department of Labor’s mission of ensuring all Americans have access to family-sustaining jobs,” said Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta. … Continue reading OSHA GETS MUCH NEEDED FUNDING President’s 2019 Budget Represents Strong Commitment to Worker Safety
Designing and implementing a compliant food safety program can help improve many areas in your operation. It is critical for management to align the food safety objectives with the business needs for a succesful implementation. Here are some top reasons why food companies may want to pursue generating a program: 1-Identify and categorize the organizations … Continue reading TOP REASONS TO HAVE A FOOD SAFETY PROGRAM
Corporate-level crisis planning should become an integral part of your training program—and the formula for creating an effective cross-company drill. Emergencies don't discriminate. They can happen to the smallest of companies or the largest of manufacturers. Every organization has the responsibility to be prepared to respond properly to any emergency or crisis that may arise. … Continue reading Five Necessary Components of a Successful Company-wide Crisis Drill
The standard guiding the placement, functionality, and maintenance requirements for emergency showers and eyewashes is ANSI/ISEA Z358.1, which was last revised in 2014. In its current form, it is the clearest and most useful tool for protecting workers from eye, face, and body injuries resulting from caustic and corrosive materials introduced by workplace incidents such … Continue reading Testing Your Emergency Showers and Eyewashes Isn’t Just an Annual Thing! With OSHA fine increases of 80 percent taking effect in August 2016, violations for inappropriate or inadequate eyewash and shower equipment have resulted in penalties above $100,000.
Vision is one of the strongest senses humans have. We use it to see, understand, and interpret the world around us. Accidents, however, can cause partial or complete vision loss crippling one’s life. Luckily, many of these horrible life-changing accidents are preventable with the proper use and protection of safety glasses. The American Academy … Continue reading Safety glasses: All in favor say “Eye!”
While OSHA’s Top 10 list of most frequently cited workplace safety violations is usually filled with familiar violations names, this year’s rundown contains a newcomer: Fall Protection – Training Requirements (1926.503). The highly anticipated list was announced today by Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs at the 2017 NSC Congress & … Continue reading OSHA IDs Top 10 violations for 2017