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Get a Sneak Peek of IndustrySafe’s 5.11 Release

The IndustrySafe safety software team is hard at work on IndustrySafe’s 5.11 release, which will allow users to
comply with OSHA’s final rule requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data.

According to this final rule, certain organizations will be required to electronically submit data from their 2016 Form 300A to OSHA by July 1, 2017.

The 5.11 release will allow users to easily generate a CSV file of their 2016 300A incident data for their applicable establishments within IndustrySafe.

Organizations will then be able to submit their CSV file via OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application website, which has not yet been launched.

If your organization would like to get a sneak peek of the 5.11 release, contact us to join our beta list.

For more information about OSHA’s final ruling, download IndustrySafe’s latest white paper.

 

 

Meet Our Team: Spotlight on CJ Lambert

Photo of CJ Lambert, IndustrySafe's Quality Assurance Analyst

In May of 2016, CJ Lambert joined the TRA team as a Quality Control Analyst.

Since then, CJ has tested numerous new features that have been developed and worked closely with the Development, Project Management and Support teams to ensure the high quality of the IndustrySafe software.

To learn more about CJ, read the following Q&A session:

What is your hometown?
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. (The home of Lionshead Brewery). I usually just tell people my hometown is close to Scranton, PA, where the TV show, The Office, is set.

What did you do before working here?
I worked on the Quality Assurance Team for a small eCommerce/order management software company.

What do you like most about your job?
The people. Everyone is very knowledgeable both on the IndustrySafe software, as well as their areas of expertise. I am honored to receive some of that wealth of knowledge every day. I also get to break things (aka Software Testing).

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not at work?
Skateboarding around the city or at one of Philly’s many skate parks. I’ve gained a close circle of friends because of it, and the skateboarding culture spills into other areas of my life. I also am a nerd when it comes to anything computer related. My recent project was a little custom gaming system built out of a Raspberry Pi computer.

Click here to read the rest of our interview with CJ.

 

Learn about Trump’s New DoL Pick, Alexander Acosta

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The administration experienced a rocky start to appointing the new Secretary of Labor when Andrew Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, withdrew his name from consideration. Following this setback, President Donald Trump revealed his new pick, Alexander Acosta, who currently serves as the dean for Florida International University’s College of Law.

Many political analysts believe Acosta will have an easier path to confirmation due to his extensive career in law and prior experience working for the National Labor Relations Board and Department of Justice.

Click here to learn more about Alexander Acosta’s qualifications.

Don’t Miss This Presentation on Operational Safety

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Next month, IndustrySafe Vice President Clare Epstein, will be leading a presentation on how organizations can leverage technology to improve operational safety at the Western Energy Institute Operations Conference in Newport Beach, CA.

During this talk, Ms. Epstein will highlight the various safety data management tools available to organizations and review how analyzing safety data sets can provide insight to improve operational safety.

The presentation will kick off at 1pm on Thursday, April 20. We hope to see you there!