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Practical Monthly Tips: Perform Regular Tool Box Talks

As a safety manager, one of your key roles is to promote a safety-minded culture while maintaining costs. By alerting employees to workplace hazards, “toolbox” safety meetings are worth your time. To get the most out of your safety meetings, it’s best if the whole...

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What OSHA Could Look Like Under the Biden Administration

What OSHA Could Look Like Under the Biden Administration In light of the U.S. presidential election results, workplace health and safety experts have begun speculating on the possible changes that President-elect Joe Biden could make to existing practices within the...

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