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May 24, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—May 20, 2013, to May 24, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor shared some stories from employers that violated OSHA regulations and paid the price; discussed distracted driving and employer liability for unsafe employee driving behavior; and gave some tips on making your wellness programs effective by educating your employees about them.

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Pitfalls of noncomplianceIn this Advisor, we share some stories of employers that violated OSHA regulations and paid the price. Take a look to make sure you avoid making the same mistakes.

Pitfalls of noncompliance: Part 2In Monday’s Advisor, we presented a number of OSHA enforcement actions that demonstrated the pitfalls of noncompliance. Today, we conclude with some more employers that were snagged in OSHA’s inspection and enforcement actions.

CDC says cell phones ‘fatal distraction’ for driversYour company has rules about employees talking on their cell phones and texting while driving, but are they following them?

How to avoid liability for problem employee driversWorkers who drive as part of their employment—even if all they do is drive to and from off-site meetings during the workday—can expose you to significant liability if they’re involved in an accident.

Training is the key to effective wellness programsMany employers turn to wellness programs to manage healthcare costs and improve employee productivity. However, recent research shows that educating employees about these programs is critical to their success.

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