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3 SafetyDNA Factors That Can Make or Break Your Stop Work Authority Program

Please answer the following question as honestly as possible. On a scale of 1 (Very Unlikely) to 6 (Very Likely) what is the likelihood that the average employee in your workplace would stop a job if they deemed it to be unsafe? Does your company have an official Stop Work Authority policy that allows any worker to stop a job if they feel it is unsafe? If so, what was your answer to the question above? If your rating was 3 or lower, don’t feel bad. Many organizations today still struggle with implementing an effective and robust Stop Work Authority (SWA) process that truly empowers individuals to exercise this authority and stop a job when they feel that they or co-workers are at risk of

Supreme Court Backs Employers on Forced Arbitration, Limiting Employee Class Actions

A divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers can force workers to use individual arbitration instead of class-action lawsuits to press legal claims. The decision potentially limits the rights of tens of millions of employees. In a 5-4 decision, the justices, along ideological lines, said for the first time Monday that employers can enforce arbitration agreements signed by workers, even if those accords bar group claims. The majority rejected contentions that federal labor law guarantees workers the right to join forces in pressing claims. The ruling builds on previous Supreme Court decisions that let companies channel disputes with consumers and other businesses into arbitration. The la

Fit Test vs. Seal Test

Most everyone is aware of the general idea behind facemasks. Are you aware of the difference between facemasks and respirators? What is considered a respirator? Which is the right one for our use in our business. It can be a daunting task to make sure you have the right Protective gear. No matter which version you use, or should use, you need to understand the Fit Test requirement or the Seal Test requirement. I have attached an article which should help you to easily understand the difference so you can make the right choice for your business....and not get into trouble with OSHA. Read artcile HERE! If you need any help, just reach out to us and WE WILL HELP! Tel: 909-481-7223 Email: Gs

Slip, Trip & Fall Prevention

Every year, Slips, Trips and Falls are in the top losses to most companies in the U.S. There are many different categories of this type of loss. Some of them are are shown below in the very informative statistics below. It might not seem like much of an incident when it happens at your work...until you have to file a Work Comp claim. Then, costs start rising. What is the best way to avoid these types of losses? Perform your due dillegence at your work. Audit your location to identify and rectify your issues. Just so you can put this into perspective....a simple loss with costs about $17,500 for a company which has 20% profit margin, must produce $186K of additional sales to offset that

Trenching & Excavation

OSHA Enforcement and Guidance Excavating and trenching are some of the most hazardous operations in construction, and OSHA is keeping an eye on employers. Today we’re taking look at some recent enforcement actions surrounding trench collapse hazards along with a guidance document from OSHA. Recent Enforcement News releases from OSHA in March and April 2018 highlight several expensive violations that can be learning opportunities for other employers. In one such case, OSHA cited Jax Utilities Management Inc., a Jacksonville utilities contractor, for exposing employees to trenching hazards. The company faces proposed penalties of $271,606. OSHA initiated its investigation after an employee wa

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