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What’s New with OSHA Under Trump?

President Trump’s first year-plus in office has been anything but quiet. But his influence on OSHA and workplace safety hasn’t made too many headlines. Jordan Barab, a former OSHA official under Obama, reviewed the biggest changes OSHA has made in the first 17 months of the Trump administration during a…

Recent OSHA Citations from Around the Country

Steel plate falls on, kills worker: $162K OSHA fine A struck-by incident killed an employee of this company. OSHA visited after having fined the company just last year in a separate incident. Douglas N. Higgins Inc., a utility company, faces $162,596 in proposed penalties following an incident in which an…

OVERCOMING THE TRANSFER PROBLEM: THE SMART MODEL

When we teach our Certified Safety Manager course, we discuss the issue of taking what you learn in a class such as this and transferring it to the actual workplace.  This is not easy to accomplish. We leave the course brimming with new ideas, embracing the challenge to develop and…

Educate to Mitigate Hazards – July 26-27, 2018

The 2018 Wilmington Safety School is set for July 26-27 at the Wilmington Convention Center, a state of the art convention center located by historic downtown Wilmington’s famous riverwalk and convenient to Wilmington International Airport (ILM).  The event is also conveniently located about 30 minutes from area beaches (Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach). Registration for…

Welcome to the New NASP Blog!

This blog will replace our “What’s New” section with an up-to-date and user-friendly blog. Find out what upcoming live classes we have, what new online courses we’ve added, new franchise locations, the latest safety industry news, and more.