Biden Administration Focuses on Workplace Safety As the Biden administration continues to review and roll out executive orders and policies, safety and compliance of workers remains a high priority. And, it is expected that the administration will keep safety and OSHA compliance a top priority [...]Read more Expect Increased OSHA Inspections Under Biden Administration
You’ve taken all the precautions. You’ve examined and re-examined all your policies and procedures to make sure that your worksite is safe and complies with all the CDC and state guidelines to prevent COVID-19 infections. Your staff is versed on the proper protection procedures, and yet with [...]Read more COVID-19 Exposure, Now What?
In this ever-changing working environment of managing new safety protocols because of COVID- 19, there are many more safety requirements that need to be taken into account than the normal worksite measures in the past. Whereas the current job as a Construction Safety Officer is charged with [...]Read more The New Job on Site: The Pandemic Safety Officer
As businesses across the country begin to open, one of the biggest challenges they face is how best to be prepared for the return of their workforce. Returning workers are looking to employers to provide reassurances that all necessary safety measures are in place, and all federal and [...]Read more Getting ready to open your business? Institute a COVID-19 Preparedness and Prevention Plan
From a phrase that no one heard of a few months ago, to one that is on our minds daily, “social distancing,” has become a way of life. As we manage our daily lives, we’ve become acutely aware of the fact that we have to stay at least six feet apart from others for [...]Read more What Does Mobile Equipment Have to Do With Social Distancing?
The short answer is . . . YES. However, OSHA recently issued additional guidance for Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs) that addresses the obvious flaw that many saw from the start when we first heard that COVID-19 is a recordable illness – how can you prove someone contracted [...]Read more Is COVID-19 an OSHA Recordable Illness?
As businesses begin to open up across the country, assuring employee safety and maintaining workplace compliance is imperative if workers are to feel safe as they return to the workplace. Many more businesses are allowed to open and operate, [...]Read more Workplace Pre-Entry Screening Services
As businesses begin to open up in Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, assuring employee safety and maintaining workplace compliance is imperative. As of May 1, 2020, (May 18, 2020 in New Jersey) all businesses in the construction industry are allowed to operate, but must [...]Read more Assure Jobsite Compliance with a Pre-Entry Screening Program