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Heat Illness Prevention

As we move into the summer months it is time for all contractors to consider implementing a heat illness prevention program. There have been increasing reports of heat illnesses in the workplace. Employees, who work in a high heat index environment, are vulnerable to various heat related illnesses. At their worse, heat illnesses can result in the death of the employee. Back in 2011, OSHA instituted a program to ...

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Gary W. Auman 2018/07/03

Emergency Action Plans, Hazard-Recognition Training, and Bloodborne Pathogens

Emergency Action Plans
The requirement that companies engaged in construction work have an emergency action plan is not recognized by many post-frame contractors, but it definitely applies to the work that we do. This Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirement is found in Section 1926.35 of the Code of Federal Regulations...

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Gary W. Auman 2018/07/03

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
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