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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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Budget Request Unveiled as OSHA Plans for 2015
The Department of Labor has requested $565 million to run the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in fiscal year 2015, which amounts to about a 2 percent increase from this year’s operating budget of $552.3 million.
As budget details were released, OSHA’s outlined some rulemaking it expects to complete in 2015.
The agency plans to publish four final rules:
  • Walking Working Surfaces
  • Recordkeeping Modernization
  • Standards Improvement Project Phase IV
  • Crane Operator Certification
Additionally, the 2015 budget includes language that would allow OSHA to conduct targeted inspections of small establishments (10 or fewer employees) “that have the potential for catastrophic incidents.” Currently, most small businesses — even in high-risk industries — are afforded some protection from inspections due to their small size.
To view next year’s budget, visit: www.dol.gov/dol/budget/2015/PDF/CBJ-2015-V2-12.pdf
 
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