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Safety Meeting Toolkit


A collection of 20 comprehensive safety meeting scripts, activities and statistics on a variety of common safety topics to hold the most effective, interactive safety meetings.. more

Five Touch™ Safety Awareness Program


Send the message of safety and quality using 5 unique communication formats. Pick and choose from over 30 hot topics!
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Safety Sessions™ Safety Meeting PowerPoint Presentations

 

A comprehensive series of ready-made PowerPoint presentations on essential safety topics for your next safety meeting!
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New Record-Keeping Requirements to Go into Effect in 2015
Beginning Jan. 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will require employers under federal jurisdiction to notify the agency when an employee is killed on the job or suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye. The agency’s revised record-keeping rule, finalized Sept. 11, 2014, also includes changes regarding which employers are partially exempt from record-keeping requirements.
Under the revised rule, employers must notify OSHA of work-related fatalities within eight hours, and work-related in-patient hospitalizations, amputations or losses of an eye within 24 hours. In the past, OSHA regulations required an employer to report only work-related fatalities and in-patient hospitalizations of three or more employees. Reporting single hospitalizations, amputations or loss of an eye was not required under the previous rule.
All employers covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act — including those who are exempt from maintaining injury and illness records — are required to comply with the new severe injury and illness reporting requirements. In addition, OSHA has updated the list of industries that, due to relatively low occupational injury and illness rates, are exempt from the requirement to routinely keep injury and illness records.
For more information on these changes, visit www.osha.gov/recordkeeping2014.
 
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