Ana Ellington
Legal Editor
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Ana-Mari Ellington is a Legal Editor for BLR’s safety publications, and has been with BLR since 2002. She writes federal and state regulatory summaries, develops compliance and educational materials for safety programs, and writes white papers and news articles about workplace safety. Ms. Ellington has also written numerous publications on workplace safety and health, including OSHA’s most frequently violated standards; hazard communication and GHS; personal protective equipment; and effective workplace training. In addition, Ms. Ellington, who is bilingual, manages the development of all Spanish-language materials at BLR, ensuring translation accuracy and consistency. She received her bachelor of arts in English and Spanish philology (linguistics) from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Ana is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers and the American Translators Association.

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Recent articles by Ana Ellington

  • Workplace Violence Prevention 2018: Dealing with Conflicting Ideological Beliefs


    The nation’s leading practical conference on workplace violence prevention will include a panel discussion on conflicting ideological beliefs that could lead to workplace violence. Employees have the right to voice opinions tied to political, religious, socioeconomic, and other issues, but to what extent should they be allowed to do so in the workplace?

  • Workplace Violence Prevention 2018: Dealing with Conflicting Ideological Beliefs


    The nation’s leading practical conference on workplace violence prevention will include a panel discussion on conflicting ideological beliefs that could lead to workplace violence. Employees have the right to voice opinions tied to political, religious, socioeconomic, and other issues, but to what extent should they be allowed to do so in the workplace?

  • Employers can begin electronically submitting 300As August 1


    OSHA said it is ready to launch its Web-based form for electronically submitting 2016 injury and illness data from 300A forms. The Injury Tracking Application (ITA) will be accessible August 1, 2017, where affected employers will be able to provide the information from their completed 2016 300A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses).

  • Cal/OSHA 2017: Is your IIPP effective enough to save you from a citation?


    At the Cal/OSHA Summit 2017, learn about how to avoid common mistakes that lead to citations at Lisa Prince, Esq.’s presentation on IIPPs in California.

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