It’s The Law Section 1524 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 states that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in coordination with states, must develop...
For many small businesses, establishing an injury and illness prevention program may seem daunting. Yet simple, low-cost approaches have been shown to be effective in small businesses. Read more about some simple steps you can take to get started.
Happy Holidays! Before you celebrate - plan ahead. If you're hosting a party at your home and planning to serve alcohol, be responsible, take steps to limit your liquor liability and make sure you have the proper insurance. Likewise, if you're attending an office holiday party, keep in mind that it's still a work event and avoid drinking too much.
Holidays can be stressful, difficult, and even dangerous, especially when it comes to alcohol use. For a safe and happy holiday, it’s important to be aware of the dangers, triggers, and strategies needed to keep anxiety, depression, stress, and addiction under control. Likewise, to ensure patron safety, an alcohol seller-server has certain responsibilities.
Aside from the obvious benefit of keeping employees safe, healthy, and productive - along with meeting the OSHA workplace safety standards - health and safety training makes financial sense for employers.
On Valentine’s Day, don’t put that special person in danger by making a bad judgment call and drinking and driving. Likewise, one of the most important obligations of an alcohol server is the responsible service of alcoholic beverages.
Unions offer a safety and health advantage in the construction industry. According to a country-wide study, construction firms that employ at least some union workers are more likely to perform safety best practices and undergo OSHA training than those without any union employees.