OSHA Top 10 Violations Serve as Safety Checklist

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This is the time of year that lots of lists come out. We saved the following list from September: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s annual list of top 10 most cited violations for 2017.

Fall protection – training requirements was added to the list, in recognition of the Continue reading

Harassment: 6 Ways Employers Can Provide Protection

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By Bobbie Fox
Associate General Counsel
CopperPoint Insurance Companies

A new poll issued by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) echoed a story that has permeated news headlines and Hollywood for the past few weeks. It indicates that approximately 33 million U.S. women have been sexually harassed, and 14 million sexually abused, in work-related incidents. And nearly all of them report that their male harassers were never punished. Continue reading

Experts Offer Tips for Coping Emotionally After Traumatic Events

By KIANNA GARDNER
Cronkite News

PHOENIX — Those impacted – directly or indirectly – by traumatic events such as the recent Las Vegas shooting can experience changes in their mental health for days, weeks and even years after the fact.

Everyone experiences tragedy a little differently and will have varying symptoms and coping methods, mental health experts said. Continue reading