Archive for January 2nd, 2014
Can You Afford an OSHA Citation?

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When is it a mistake to make budget cuts? In light of recent economic and financial hardships, many corporate heads are asking where they can afford to make budget cuts. Cutting costs on safety products and safety training, especially in high-risk, industrial operations settings, can be a critical mistake. In fact, a single citation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ranges anywhere from $7,000 to $500,000! Here are some steps to avoid costly OSHA citations:

Brace Workers for Impact

Serious accidents and injuries are among the most costly. An employee death may result in a fine of $500,000 and even a prison sentence. Employers can rest easy by preparing industrial operations and maintenance workers for the very worst. What are some simple ways to reduce sudden

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