Spring Hazards: Teach Your Workers Flood Safety Tips

One of the more common disasters-- flooding-- can happen at any time, in both inland low-lying areas, as well as waterfront, river and coastal areas. Although a significant danger in all seasons, spring is a particular risk for serious community or localized flooding, due to frozen ground which is unable to absorb heavy rain, causing … Continue reading Spring Hazards: Teach Your Workers Flood Safety Tips

Is Your Company Impacted by the Dec 2017 Compliance Deadline? Here’s What to Do.

The new Electronic Submission Rule will likely impact a majority of employers in the Manufacturing and Construction Sector, as well as other industries. Any manufacturing business with an NAICS code which begins with a number between 31-33 and employs 20 -249 workers, will fall under these criteria. Likewise employers of 250+ who regularly keep 300 … Continue reading Is Your Company Impacted by the Dec 2017 Compliance Deadline? Here’s What to Do.

No Hail Mary Pass: The Electronic Submission Rule is Here

Active now after a confusing and complex process The Electronic Submission Rule is a new rule that was heavily contested by some sectors of industry, generally due to the attached provisions within the rule regarding anti-retaliation, and the privacy concerns of companies, with the coming release of partially redacted data. The Rule requires employers with … Continue reading No Hail Mary Pass: The Electronic Submission Rule is Here

Is That Injury Recordable, Reportable or Non-Recordable?

The 300 Logs aren't complex forms, but the nature of workplace injuries and illnesses, as well as treatment methods, are vast.  Some events are easily recognized as recordable, others are not. The difference in a first aid injury and a recordable medical event is often a nuance, which means errors in 300 Logs are very … Continue reading Is That Injury Recordable, Reportable or Non-Recordable?