Category Archives: OSHA


Safety manpower assessment, planning, and staffing are critical aspects of ensuring a safe working environment within an organization. These processes involve evaluating the workforce’s capacity, skills, and resources required to effectively manage safety and health concerns. Here are the key steps involved in safety manpower assessment, planning, and staffing: Safety Manpower Assessment: Identify Safety Roles […]


Safety planning for a new project is a crucial aspect of project management to ensure the well-being of workers and the successful completion of the project without incidents or accidents. Here are the steps to consider when planning for safety in a new project: Project Scope and Objectives: Clearly define the scope and objectives of […]


Accident and incident investigations are crucial processes within organizations aimed at identifying the causes of accidents, incidents, near misses, or other adverse events in order to prevent their recurrence and improve safety. Here are the key steps involved in accident and incident investigations: Immediate Response: Ensure that the immediate safety and health needs of any […]


Loss control assessments are a critical component of risk management within organizations. They involve a systematic evaluation of potential risks, hazards, and vulnerabilities that could lead to financial losses, injuries, or damage to property or assets. The primary objective of loss control assessments is to identify, assess, and mitigate risks to prevent or minimize adverse […]


Resolving Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issues involves addressing workplace safety and health concerns to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations and to maintain a safe and healthy work environment for employees. Here are the steps you can take to resolve OSHA issues: Identify the Issue: First, identify the specific OSHA issue or concern within […]

Tips For Reducing Worker’s Compensation

  Prevent injuries “Since high injury rates are a sign of poor management, no employer wants to be seen publicly as operating a dangerous workplace,” said Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels. “Our new reporting requirements will ‘nudge’ employers to prevent worker injuries and illnesses to demonstrate to investors, […]