September 17, 2018
OSHA has many worker protection standards, and it is not uncommon to find two or more standards addressing the same hazards in different ways. In such cases, which standard must an employer comply with?

September 13, 2018
By Emily Scace, Senior Editor, Safety
At BLR’s Safety Culture 2018 conference, taking place September 13-14 in Atlanta, Dr. E. Scott Geller, a senior partner of Safety Performance Solutions and an alumni distinguished professor at Virginia Tech University, delivered an opening keynote titled Seven Life Lessons for Safety and Beyond. Dr. Geller provided attendees with some key insights from his 50-plus years of studying, teaching, and researching psychology with applications for occupational safety and beyond.

September 13, 2018
Three public interest groups have petitioned the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to order OSHA to lift its suspension of portions of its rule requiring employers to electronically submit to OSHA certain information about injuries and illnesses that occur in their workplaces.

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September 17, 2018 (Notice) - The Secretary of Labor requests nominations for membership on the Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH).

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OSHA Challenge
According to the standard at 29 CFR 1910.38, when must employees receive training about an employer's Emergency Action Plan (EAP)?
• When the EAP is initially developed
• When employee responsibilities under the EAP change
• When the EAP is modified
• All of the above
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