September 20, 2018
One of the most effective ways to understand which types of incidents causing worker injury may occur in the workplace is to have a clear and comprehensive knowledge of which types of incidents have occurred in the past. The OSHA 300 log can be a valuable place to start.

September 19, 2018
The online platform economy is an exploding phenomenon, which means the number of people performing work through the platform is also growing at an extraordinary rate. What is not clear is who is or should be responsible for protecting the safety of these workers.

September 18, 2018
Do you know the difference between what is considered construction and maintenance? The type of work performed dictates which OSHA standards apply. Use this infographic to find out if your task is considered construction or maintenance.

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September 20, 2018 (Proposed Rule) - FMCSA proposed to amend its May 27, 2015, Lease and Interchange of Vehicles; Motor Carriers of Passengers final rule in response to petitions for rulemaking and extend the January 1, 2019, compliance date to January 1, 2021. The proposal would narrow the applicability of the rule, by excluding from the definition of lease and the associated regulatory requirements, certain contracts and other agreements between motor carriers of passengers that have active passenger carrier operating authority registrations with FMCSA.

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OSHA Challenge
Which of the following tasks would OSHA consider to fit its definition of maintenance work?
• Stripping and repainting a bridge
• Replacing a common water shut-off valve in a small heating system
• Replacing a utility pole with an improved pole
• Building a new facility
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