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Be Aware of New Con!

Please be aware of this new con which is going on across America. It involves all shoppers at any location. If you see what appears to be $100 bill on your windshiled.....look around carefully. There is probably someone within a short distance watching you. They are waiting for you to go after the bill on your windshield. Why? Because most people will throw all their belongings into their car, keys in the ignition or in their hands and then reach for the bill. That is when the criminal strike......go to the link below and be aware! http://www.answers.com/article/30748664/if-you-see-a-100-bill-on-your-car-be-careful-of-this-scam?param4=fb-us-de-oo-game&param1=game

Set the Safety Expectations in the On-Boarding Process

For too many companies it's a missed opportunity. Instead of simply covering the basic requirements and reviewing company documents, turn the on-boarding process into a meaningful way to set safety expectations. This is your best and possibly last chance to establish clearly and definitively what the company expects from people who are new to your company. Setting expectations at this stage is doing a service to the new employee. When the on boarding process for a new worker is limited to a basic review of company policies, and signatures on various paperwork, it allows the new worker to enter the workspace with all sorts of questions in his mind. How important is safety in this company? How

OSHA Issues Final Rule Establishing Procedures for Handling Retaliation Complaints under the ACA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has published a final rule that establishes procedures and time frames for handling whistleblower complaints under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA protects employees from retaliation for receiving Marketplace financial assistance when purchasing health insurance through an Exchange. It also protects employees from retaliation for raising concerns regarding conduct that they believe violates the consumer protections and health insurance reforms found in Title I of the ACA. This rule also establishes procedures and time frames for hearings before Department of Labor administrative law judges in ACA retaliation cases; review of those deci

OSHA Ruling on Temporary Employees in Regards to Safety

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released new guidelines emphasizing the requirement employers treat temporary workers the same as existing employees with respect to workplace safety. These guidelines serve as a reminder that the temporary staffing agencies and host employers share joint responsibility for temporary worker safety. The guidelines strongly recommend that temporary staffing agencies and their host employers set out their respective responsibilities for compliance with applicable OSHA standards in their written contracts. While the extent of any responsibility under the OSH Act (and any other worker protection laws) is dependent on the specific facts

Deepwater Horizon and The Suppression of Risky Conversations

The release on October 6 of the movie Deepwater Horizon(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1860357/ ) brings to the surface some of the discourse that dominates the risk and safety industry. Whilst the movie focuses on the heroics and heartache typical of a Hollywood Disaster movie, it nonetheless highlights some critical issues for Safety. One small aspect of the disaster is discussed by Dr Long, Craig Ashhurst and Greg Smith, as a case study in the video series Risky Conversations, The Law, Social Psychology and Risk (https://vimeo.com/163499152 ) – and shown below. This video, from the 22 video series, has been made publically available to coincide with the release of the movie. You can purchas

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