Emily Scace
Senior Editor, Safety
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Emily Scace is a Senior Editor for BLR’s safety publications. She writes and edits detailed regulatory analysis, newsletters, training content, special reports, white papers, news articles, and other materials to help businesses understand and follow OSHA and DOT compliance obligations. Emily also researches and writes about occupational safety and health regulations, enforcement trends, safety-related best practices, and safety culture; delivers webinars on a variety of workplace safety topics; and more.

Recent articles by Emily Scace

  • Safety Summit 2019: Addressing fatigue, stress, and mental health


    At BLR’s Safety Summit 2019, taking place April 8-10 in Austin, Texas, Sionnain McNally, OSH Services Manager for the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of British Columbia, presented a session on the need for safety professionals to broaden their perspective on workplace safety to encompass mental health, stress, fatigue, and other factors affecting employee well-being.

  • Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium 2019: Addressing bullying and harassment


    At BLR’s 2019 Workplace Violence Prevention Symposium, Catherine Mattice Zundel, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, founder and CEO of Civility Partners, delivered a session urging employers to broaden their approach to workplace violence prevention and take proactive steps to address incivility, bullying, and harassment before they escalate to more severe forms of violence.

  • Safety Summit 2019: Recordkeeping mistakes are more costly than ever


    Injury and illness recordkeeping is a perennial pain point for employers, and the past several years have seen numerous changes to an already confusing regulation. At BLR’s Safety Summit 2019, taking place from April 8–10 in Austin, Texas, safety law expert Adele Abrams, Esq., will deliver OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping & Reporting, a full-day preconference masterclass that will help answer common questions and provide insight into the current and future state of OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping.

  • Reminder: Submit 2018 300As to OSHA!


    The deadline for affected employers to electronically submit calendar year 2018 injury and illness data to OSHA is tomorrow. By March 2, 2019, all employers covered by OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping requirements are required to submit data from their calendar year 2018 300A form (Annual Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses).

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