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Bridging the Gap Between HR and Safety

One important aspect a human resources team handles is employee training. Much like HR in general, this can include many things, but it doesn’t always include safety training. However, perhaps it should.


Your Guide to OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting

Because OSHA inspections can result in potentially serious fines, it is wise for all employers to make sure their recordkeeping is thorough and accurate, and aligns with what OSHA would expect to see.

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How to Select the Right Training Software for Your Company

So how do you decide which training software is right for your team? Here we will highlight some things you should consider before making such an important investment.

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Winter Safety Means More Than Preparing For The Cold

As we approach the winter months, it is important for employers to be aware of dangers that are possible on their job site now that may not be as much of a concern the rest of the year.

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Making Sure Your Safety Program is Ready for 2021

In the early months of any new year, safety professionals look ahead and make plans for their upcoming workplace safety programs. In 2021, we expect to see employee training as an even bigger focus than usual.

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Due Diligence for Canadian Workers

Across Canada, employers and employees rely on due diligence to ensure everyone is working toward the same goal: going home safely.

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ATV and UTV Safety

Despite being fun to operate, it is important to remember they should never be used or treated like a toy and employers should train all employees who may use an ATV or UTV over how to operate and properly care for the machine.

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Fatal Occupational Injuries Rose in 2019, Newly Released Data Shows

For the second year in a row, the number of fatal work injuries saw a slight increase.

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Latest Workplace Injury and Illness Data Shows No Change

As they do each November, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released their report summarizing the 2019 Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.

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