OSHA Recordkeeping Violations Basics and Fines For Recordkeeping Violations

If you’re not sure how to keep track of your New Mexico company’s safety policies, then the OSHA fines for recordkeeping violations can be severe. The standards require that managers and other personnel document everything related to these polices—and they’re serious about it! The last thing you want is for your business to suffer when…

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Reasons Why Your New Mexico Company Needs OSHA Record Keeping Training

Ask yourself these questions first: Is it painful to adhere to OSHA record keeping standards? Wondering how to do it right – or is it all wrong? Do you wish to have accurate, compliant, record keeping of OSHA records? Do you wish you had learned more about OSHA’s strong record keeping?  If you answer to…

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Manlift Safety Advice and OSHA Manlift Training Mandates

A Manlift construction piece equipment can take a man up high in a short duration of time. Nonetheless, every team should be completely aware of the OSHA’s manlift requirements and should know the safe usage of the device. In this article, we will guide you about the safety requirements of manlifts. OSHA’S recommended Safety Rules…

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Why Incident Reports are Required and Best Workplace Incident Practices

While working in an organization or business, workers at their workplace are bound to get into incidents. Either the incident is physical or work-related, reporting that incident to management is necessary. Incident reporting is not only helpful in improving workplace security and safety, it also ensures that no other worker become a victim of the…

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The Advantages of OSHA Training Certification and Being OSHA Compliant

OSHA is a regulatory agency of the United States Department of Labor that was founded to primary job is to make certain there are safe and healthy working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. OSHA identifies the safety training protocols and requirements…

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Scaffold Safety: Four Day-to-Day Hazards and Ways to Decrease Risk Exposure

72% of workers are injured in scaffold accidents due to either planking issues, the scaffold support moving, or employee slipping down, according to a study by the Bureau of Labor andStatistics. 65% of the workforce is included in scaffold work that is crucial in the constructionindustry. Scaffolds are easy to use, efficient, and effective when…

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OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Explained

More than 90 million American spend their days on the job. As a nation, they are our most valuable resource. And surprisingly until 1970, no uniform and comprehensive requirements existed for workplace safety and their protection against health hazards. How did OSHA Form? In 1970, Congress considered annual figures such as these: Job related accidents…

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