Category Archives: Safety

Good catch or near miss? Why the answer matters

Good catch or near miss?  Why the answer matters

Source: EHS Today  | Charles Douros | Jan. 28, 2019 The distinction between the two very different programs is an important one. Each has their own place in a healthy safety culture and each brings different data to light. “Whew, that was a close one. He could have been killed. Today must be his lucky […]

One of the most senior level former coal company officials in Kentucky charged for defrauding regulators about black-lung causing risks to miners

One of the most senior level former coal company officials in Kentucky charged for defrauding regulators about black-lung causing risks to miners

Nine former supervisory and safety officials charged MADISONVILLE, KY – United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman announced the charging of an additional former supervisor and safety official from Armstrong Coal, in addition to the eight previous officials charged by a federal grand jury, for conspiracy to defraud an agency of the United States government by […]

43 new transportation project professionals earn ANSI-accredited safety credential

43 new transportation project professionals earn  ANSI-accredited safety credential

Program Hits 300 “Safety Certified” Mark WASHINGTON, DC — Forty three professionals from 13 companies or agencies representing nine states and the District of Columbia have earned the “Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals™” (SCTPP) credential over the past two months, helping push the number of safety certificants over the 300 mark, the American Road & Transportation […]

Don’t forget to post your OSHA 300A logs and submit injury and illness information

Don’t forget to post your OSHA 300A logs and submit injury and illness information

Source: AGC NYS newsletter OSHA 300A logs must be posted from February 1st through April 30th. Employers are required to post the OSHA 300A Summary of the OSHA 300 Record of Injuries & Illnesses Recordkeeping Log for the previous year. Make sure to post the 300A log in a location that is accessible to all […]