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Keeping OSHA in the Loop

Employers, beware. Responding to a work injury is stressful enough, but did you know that you may have to tell the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) about the injury and record it on OSHA logs?

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Douglas S. Jenks 2018/04/26

Worried That #MeToo May Come For You? Better Workplace Investigations Can Protect Your Company Against Harassment (And Other) Claims.

Matt Bakota’s article, “Worried That #MeToo May Come For You? Better Workplace Investigations Can Protect Your Company Against Harassment (And Other) Claims,” was featured in the February 2018 edition of Midwest Roofer magazine. The electronic version of the magazine with the full article (pgs. 8-11) can be accessed here.

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Matthew J. Bakota 2018/03/01

OSHA's Silica Dust Standards: First Construction, Now General Industry

In fall 2017, new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards imposed strict limits on workplace silica dust exposure in the construction industry. But, OSHA is not stopping there.

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Douglas S. Jenks 2018/01/08

Electronic Recordkeeping, Walking and Working Surfaces, Silica, and More

Electronic Recordkeeping
You may have heard more than you care to hear about electronic records submission. And it’s possible that a number of you have failed to make your electronic submissions to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration either because you think that the standard does not apply to you or because you...

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Gary W. Auman 2017/11/17
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