Incident

/Incident
13 06, 2016

Which Injuries Should I Report to OSHA?

By |June 13th, 2016|Incident, OSHA, Workplace safety|0 Comments

Pretty soon, a lot of employers will be required to submit injury summary reports to OSHA every year. If your business is involved in a high-risk industry, it might be beneficial for you to quickly [...]

31 05, 2016

OSHA’s Guidelines for Temp Worker Safety

By |May 31st, 2016|Incident Tracking, OSHA, Safety Software, Safety Training, Workplace safety|0 Comments

A few weeks ago, OSHA released a series of bulletins on safety for temporary workers. In the bulletins, OSHA laid out exactly where responsibility lies when it comes to ensuring temp worker safety. If you [...]

18 05, 2016

How to Efficiently Track Near Miss Incidents

By |May 18th, 2016|Incident Tracking, Near Miss Incidents, Safety Culture, Workplace safety|0 Comments

When a workplace accident almost happens but gets stopped shortly beforehand, that’s called a near miss incident. Tracking these incidents is a useful way to gather information about accidents without anyone actually being hurt, and [...]

17 05, 2016

Encourage Employees to Report Near Miss Incidents

By |May 17th, 2016|Incident Tracking, Near Miss Incidents, Safety, Workplace safety|0 Comments

Tracking near miss incidents means gathering information about hazards and dangerous situations without actually having any hazardous incidents happen in the first place. When an accident nearly occurs but is stopped at the last minute, [...]

16 05, 2016

New OSHA Rule on Workplace Injury Reporting

By |May 16th, 2016|Incident, Incident Tracking, OSHA, Workplace safety|0 Comments

Last Wednesday, the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) passed a new rule that will greatly expand workplace injury reporting. Starting on July 1st of 2017 (when OSHA will begin phasing in the rule), [...]