OSHA Interim Guidance recommends that all employers develop and implement policies to deal with Zika virus.
An alcohol induced accident involving an intoxicated employee can be an OSHA recordable incident.
Food company employees — from field workers to grocery store clerks — are on the front lines of food safety efforts but are sometimes reluctant to speak up about problems because they fear retaliation.
In a recent interpretation letter, an employer posed the following scenario and question to OSHA.
Years ago, my employer gave employees a coaster every quarter that the group had no OSHA reportable incidents.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published its final rule on “Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica” (the “Silica Rule”) on March 25, 2016, and as expected numerous manufacturing industry trade groups and others have filed legal challenges to the rule’s validity.
Hey employer, remember that workplace injury that you reported to OSHA a few months ago? You remember, right?
With the recent revisions to OSHA’s Field Operations Manual that, among other changes, allow for increased penalties and grant inspectors greater discretion, it is more important than ever for companies to know what to do when OSHA comes knocking.