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3 Top Blogs on Recommended Occupational Health and Safety Training

3 Top Blogs on Recommended Occupational Health and Safety Training

3 Top Blogs on Recommended Occupational Health and Safety Training

We hope you had a wonderful and safe Labor Day weekend! This holiday acknowledges and celebrates workers of all industries across the nation (that means you!). As the summer comes to a close, let us continue to keep our hardworking employees safe and healthy by reinforcing your safety culture at work.

Here are three of our most popular blogs on recommended occupational health and safety training to keep workers safe:

How To Avoid OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Standards

A good place to start looking for reinforcing your organization’s safety culture is the list of Top 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations, which includes: Fall Protection, Hazard Communication, Scaffolds, Respiratory Protection, and more. Learn about the top concerns in Construction and the General Industry that can easily be mediated with proper safety and health training.

Complete Guide to OSHA Requirements for Annual Refresher Training

Have you or your employees completed annual refresher training yet? We read through and compiled hundreds of pages from the OSHA 2254 - OSHA Training Requirements document into a concise, comprehensive list so you don’t have to! ClickSafety recommends these safety and health online courses as part of the annual refresher training. 

OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements in 2017

Learn about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s Recordkeeping Rule, ways to report a qualifying event, and improvements to the regulation. OSHA’s new improved tracking recordkeeping rule aims to increase safety for workers across the country as “making injury information publicly available will “nudge” employers to focus on safety,” according to behavioral economics, as a result, increase their bottom line as well. According to this new rule, a summary of occupational injuries and illnesses recorded the previous year must be submitted electronically and maintained at the worksite for at least five years. The Injury Tracking Application (ITA) is now accessible here.

September 6, 2017