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Protect Your Employees and Your Business: The Five Safety Forms You Need for OSHA Compliance

There is an abundance of safety forms and documentation required for OSHA compliance. But where do you start? Continue reading to find out...

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As an employer, you have a legal and moral responsibility to ensure the safety of your employees while they are on the job. One crucial way to do this is by being OSHA compliant. But what does that mean exactly?… Keep Reading

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Mitigating your Liability as a Controlling Employer

Mitigating Your Liability As a Controlling Employer of a Multi-Employer Worksite

OSHA has increased focus on multi-employer sites and complex safety situations. Here are 3 ways to mitigate your risk in a supervisory scenario.

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Mitigating Liability A large portion of the liability can be avoided upfront with proper pre-hire risk management strategies. A controlling employer should consider the following factors before selecting or hiring subcontractors: Work History OSHA Safety Report Card and other Safety… Keep Reading

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OSHA Multi-Employer Citation Policy

Navigating OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy

Easy-to-digest employer difinitions based on OSHA's multi-employer policies, including Creating Employer & Controlling Employer

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Implementing an effective safety and health management system significantly reduces costs associated with workers’ compensation payments, medical expenses and lost productivity. In addition, employers often find that process and other changes made to improve workplace safety result in significant improvements… Keep Reading

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ComplianceAn accurate and up-to-date resource blog aimed at helping safety managers keep their companies and safety departments compliant.