Clocks will jump forward an hour this Sunday, March 9, as the United States shifts to Daylight Savings Time, meaning that come Monday morning, workers across the country will be just a little less alert than usual. But what about workers whose body clocks are constantly disrupted due to irregular work schedules? Read the article for some shiftwork safety tips in honor of National Sleep Awareness Week.
March 2-8, 2014, is National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, and OSHA has teamed up with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to address the hazards that severe weather poses for workers and employees. Is your company prepared for a weather emergency? Keep reading to find out.
On February 26, OSHA released its annual inspection plan under the Site-Specific Targeting Program (SST). Will your establishment be the target of one of these inspections? Read the article to find out.
The latest budget signed into law by President Obama includes $552.2 million in funding for OSHA, including approximately $208 million for enforcement. What does it mean for you? Read the article to find out.