As companies plan to reopen, we’re getting lots of questions about how to prepare for workers wearing cloth face masks, as advised by the CDC and now required by some jurisdictions. Should your employees wear masks? Must they? What do you need to know to
Back in November, MSHA head David Zatezalo indicated that MSHA’s initiative to “blur the lines” between coal and M/NM enforcement had ended. As an apparent follow-up, in late December MSHA released a new, unified M/NM and coal inspection handbook, and has now started training investigators
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has adopted revised policies for enforcing OSHA’s requirements with respect to coronavirus as economies reopen in states throughout the country.
Throughout the course of the pandemic, understanding about the transmission and prevention of
Fleet vehicle accidents are among the most costly of injury claims for business. The average cost of a loss related to vehicle accidents is approximately $70,000. This is almost twice the cost of the average workplace injury ($36,592).¹
Without a formal fleet safety program, you may
May is National Electrical Safety Month, and it’s a timely reminder for CBS Group and its customers that the safety mind-set we maintain on the job every day is vital.
Statistics show that even trained professionals aren’t immune from electrical risks. OSHA reports that more than
Electrocution is one of the most common hazards across construction sites according to OSHA. Identifying electrical hazards can help raise awareness of the risks, their severity, and how it can harm workers.
Here are 7 common electrical hazards in the workplace and tips on what you
As of the date of this update AGC/VT is pleased to say that construction has resumed in Vermont albeit with some new safety protocols. We have watched the Phased Restart Worksafe Guidance from the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) start by allowing micro