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http://www.wzzm13.com/news/holland-man-dies-days-after-work-related-injury/504924114 “In an effort to keep safety in the forefront of people’s mind, Three Sixty Safety is working to provide examples of real events every Tuesday and how they are impacting...read more
Training Thursday: Are American Workers in Danger? OSHA Reports Dramatic Increase in Fatal Occupational Injuries.
Training Thursday: Are American Workers in Danger? OSHA Reports Dramatic Increase in Fatal Occupational Injuries. http://www.ehstoday.com/osha/are-american-workers-danger-osha-reports-dramatic-increase-fatal-occupational-injuries “As we continually are reminded about...read more
Risky Tuesday: Sterling Heights Fire Department responds to second alarm fire at AG Simpson Automotive
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New Application for Submission of Electronic Injury and Illness Records — 2016 OSHA 300A forms due on Dec. 1, 2017
MPORTANT REMINDER: New Application for Submission of Electronic Injury and Illness Records — 2016 OSHA 300A forms due on Dec. 1, 2017 Following a number of postponements, OSHA has announced the launch of a new application for the electronic submission of injury and...read more
We read it in the Ohio headlines every day. “OSHA fines company $70,000,” “OSHA cracks down on healthcare employers and nursing homes,” “OSHA launches ‘Safety Crack Down’ on recalcitrant employers.” Companies across Ohio are being cited for safety violations, and the...read more