Maintaining OSHA Compliance by Posting Log 300 on Time February 1st

On February 1 of each year, the OSHA Recordkeeping Standard requires non-exempt employers to post OSHA Form 300A — a summary of all workplace injuries and illnesses from the previous year — in their facilities. It must be posted so that it’s visible to current employees and to potential job applicants. The form must stay posted until April 30, 2016. Read more...

OSHA Violations - Companies with Multiple Locations Considered Repeat Offenders

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration continues to enforce its policy of assessing safety violations on a company-wide basis. OSHA has assessed repeat violation penalties when a multi-location employer has been cited for the same or similar violation of a standard, regulation, rule or order at two or more of its locations within the last five years. Read more...


The Usage Based Insurance Happiness Factor: Traffic Violations

When drivers get tickets, their car insurance gets more expensive. No surprise there – traffic violations bear an impact on insurance rates, as just about every driver knows. However, what might surprise your customers is just how much a single violation can affect how much they pay. Read more...

Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injuries

Overexertion and falls account for more than $25 billion in workers’ compensation costs in the U.S. Being hurt by an object or equipment ranks third in workplace injury causes and claims costs in the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety’s 2014 Workplace Safety Index. In its 15th year, the annual ranking of top 10 causes of serious, nonfatal workplace injuries is based on the company’s workers’ compensation claims data and data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Academy of Social Insurance. - Read More