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Monthly Archives: July 2017
  • Heat Exposure and OSHA

    Employers under the law, and specifically the General Duty Clause, are required to provide employees with workplaces free of recognized safety hazards.  This includes protecting workers from situations involving extreme heat. Employers therefore should establish a heat illness prevention program.  Operations involving high air temperatures, radiant heat sources, high humidity, and strenuous physical activities in high heat situations have a high potential for causing heat-related illness.

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  • Building a Safety Culture in the Workplace: Full Webinar

    Attorney Carl Habekost from Bugbee & Conkle,LLP, safety, workers’ comp, and HR professional Denise Honsberger of The Rudolph Libbe/GEM Group, and safety professional Joe Matthews from Principle Business Enterprise, discuss behavioral safety: what it is, why it matters to your business, who can implement it, and how. Watch Part 1 of this webinar series below. Register for Part 2 here.

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  • Workplace Violence

    Nearly two million American workers are victims of workplace violence every year.  Workplace violence is one of the leading causes of homicide in the country.  For women, a relative or domestic partner is the most frequent type of assailant in work related homicides.   Robbers are the most common type of work related homicide assailant for men and the second most common for women.

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  • Trump Final Nominations for National Labor Relations Board Announced

    Trump has nominated William Emanuel and Marvin Kaplan for the remaining vacancies on the five-member National Labor Relations Board. William Emanuel is a management-side labor attorney with decades of labor and employment experience. Kaplan is currently counsel to the commissioner of the independent Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and previously served as the Republican workforce policy counsel for the House Education and the Workforce Committee.

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  • OSHA Proposes Electronic Reporting Delay Date & Invites Public Comment

    On June 27, 2017, OSHA proposed the new electronic reporting rule compliance date be delayed until December 1, 2017 to allow for further review of the electronic reporting requirements prior to their implementation and allow affected entities sufficient time to familiarize themselves with the electronic reporting system, which will not be available until August 1.
    In addition, OSHA has invited the public to comment on the proposed deadline extension by at www.regulations.

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News

  • Industrial Commission of Ohio Announces In-Person HearingsRead more

Events

  • The Path Forward: Legal & Safety Considerations to Prepare Your Workplace for Return Amid the COVID-19 PandemicRead more

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