Unfortunately, entry into confined spaces frequently results in serious injury or death, not only to the initial entrant but to would-be, untrained rescuers.
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On November 13, 2017, the Department of Transportation amended its drug testing program regulation which, among other things, adds certain semisynthetic opioids to its drug testing panel.
Over the past several months we have been proposing an approach for holding others accountable for failed performance that is grounded in a “contextual” diagnostic model. This model allows you to determine the “real” causes of failed performance prior to determining the “best” approach for improving that performance going forward.
As most employers probably know by now, OSHA’s revised recordkeeping rule requires certain employers to electronically file injury and illness data with OSHA.
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. invites you and your employees to participate in a series of webinars about emerging risk control topics.
Please join Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (AJG) in partnership with Agility Recovery, a national provider of business continuity and disaster recovery resources, as we cover practical tips and best practices to help you prepare for the winter season ahead.
Unfortunately, workplace violence is becoming an ever-increasing liability in the workplace. Despite the presence of workplace violence prevention programs intended to avoid this hazard entirely within the workplace, it is becoming all to frequent that there may be an active shooter incident at the workplace.
Leading by example means accepting redirection as willingly as you provide it. It is difficult for most of us to accept criticism from anyone, but especially from our children or our employees.
Personal hygiene is the basic concept of cleaning, grooming and caring for our bodies. While it is an important part of our daily lives at home, personal hygiene isn’t just about combed shiny hair and brushed teeth; its important for worker health and safety in the workplace.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) now requires many workplaces to electronically submit their injury and illness data on an annual basis. The first submission deadline is December 1, 2017. This first submission should be based upon workplace injury and illness data collected in 2016.