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    Flag on the Play: Football Factory Receives OSHA Fines

    The Courier reported that Wilson Sporting Goods football factory was recently fined over $65,000 after an employee was injured while troubleshooting equipment that had not been locked out in June. The employee suffered a partial finger amputation during the incident. In addition, OSHA reported that......

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    National Preparedness Month: Top 10 Safety Tips

    2017 brought devastating hurricanes, forest fires, earth quakes & tornados. People across the world suffered major losses when natural disasters struck and left them homeless, injured and without their family members or belongings. While we can’t always fully prepare or predict the absolute depth of......

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    8 Steps: Preparing For An Unexpected OSHA Inspection

    Are you prepared? OSHA’s top priority – workplace safety. As workplace related injuries and deaths are still common, an unexpected OSHA inspection is not a rare occurrence anymore. Your company should be ready to roll through an OSHA inspection at any given moment. Read on......

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    From Paper to Digital: Transitioning With Ease

    When companies are making the transition between paper & digital inspections, their biggest concern is ensuring that all information transfers seamlessly As with any upgraded system, it’s important that the entirety of your custom checklist is available via Mobile Inspection. We’ve created a mock inspection checklist......

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    Student Injured After Falling at Ohio Ropes Course

    Students from Baldwin Wallace University Arrived at Hiram House Camp for An Honor’s Student Retreat The group arrived to the camp grounds, in Moreland Hills, on Monday to prepare for their first week of college classes. Hiram House Camp offers a variety of activities for......

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    Construction Industry Struck-By Death Rates Continue to Climb

    Construction Dive reported that Construction leads US industries in struck-by death, as 800 incidents have been reported from 2011-2015. That’s more than any other industry. Of the 800 deaths, 52% resulted from worker being hit by objects or equipment, while 48% were caused by being......

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    OSHA Violations Cost Manufacturing Company $1.9M

    Aluminum Shapes LLC has been fined $1.9M in penalties after 10 inspections from 2011-2017 OSHA has cited the company, with a staggering history of noncompliance with OSHA standards, for 51 violations costing $1,922,895.00. After OSHA inspectors assessed the worksite in 2017, they revealed that two employees......

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    Implementing Safety Software: Tips for Training

    We’ve all been there before – the boss starts your 8:00 a.m. Monday meeting off with big news: “You’re all going to take time out of your already hectic schedules to learn this completely new safety management software!” Cue the eye rolls.  It’s intimidating –......

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    Investigation on Fair Accident Reveals Downfalls of Paper Inspections

    Unsettling news after FOX 8 News I-Team investigates Ohio State Fair tragedy Following the horrific news at the Ohio State Fair this past Wednesday, Fox 8 Cleveland’s I-TEAM began to investigate how the state handles ride inspections and why the malfunctioning ride in question went......

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    NSC Report: U.S. Needs to Ensure Workplace Safety

    The National Safety Council recently released their State-Of-Safety Report. After a year long analysis of each state’s safety measures (regarding road, home and community safety) the project revealed that 0/50 states earned an “A,” or goes far enough to protect and prevent deaths.  The states......

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