How can I determine if an incident is work-related? [Video]

You can determine if an incident is work-related if the accident at work directly causes harm to an employee or aggravates a pre-existing illness or condition. 

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What is an OSHA recordable incident? [Video]

There are certain instances when employers are required to keep accurate records, such as in the event of a workplace injury, death or leave of absence. 

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Who is required to complete OSHA recordkeeping? [Video]

Not all companies have to maintain recordkeeping logs.

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Understanding OSHA’s Severe Violator Enforcement Program

The Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP) began in 2010, and today includes the nation’s most egregious violators of OSHA regulations.

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Are you in compliance with OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements? [Video]

New employee injuring reporting requirements are expected to be released in August. 

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OSHA’s 4 tips for hot weather safety

While OSHA lacks a specific standard on working in hot environments, there are some tips the agency wants workers to be aware of, especially those unused to working outside.

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Understanding the six levels of DOT inspections [VIDEO]

The Department of Transportation requires that all CMVs of more than 10,000 pounds undergo annual inspections.

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Preparing for electronic OSHA log submission

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is currently in the middle of determining whether it is going to change OSHA reporting requirements so that companies will have to submit their 300 and 300A forms electronically.

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Factory receives fine for failing to keep OSHA 300 logs

A supermarket in Mullens, West Virginia, was cited by OSHA for numerous infractions of federal workplace safety rules.

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