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Safety News Break

Are you struggling to grow your safety culture, or are you simply looking for ways to make it better? Follow the link to watch our newest video: 5 Tips to Improve Your Safety Culture. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news…

Safety News Break

OSHA has launched a national emphasis program focusing enforcement efforts on companies that put the largest number of workers at serious risk of contracting the coronavirus. Follow the link to watch this week’s Safety News Break to learn more. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to…

Safety News Break

OSHA has scheduled the National Safety Standown for May 3rd through the 7th. How will you participate? Click the link below to learn about the event. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts, HS&E tips and tricks, and more!

Safety News Break

Struggling to grow Leadership Engagement and Employee Involvement in your facility? Watch this webinar to learn some important tips to strengthen your safety culture. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with weekly news alerts, HS&E tips and tricks, and more!

Safety News Break

Did you know that it is estimated that $1 of every $3 dollars spent on worker’s compensation stems from ergonomic issues? Follow the link and watch our video: 9 Steps to Start or Improve an Ergonomics Program to learn more. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to NASP’s YouTube channel…

Hit the Training Jackpot! CSM and CSM-C classes in Las Vegas!

In case you hadn’t heard, NASP now offers two versions of our flagship Certified Safety Manager (CSM) course. The CSM course is perfect for general industry safety managers, and the Certified Safety Manager: Construction (CSMC) is everything you love about the CSM, but with a focus on topics geared more towards the construction industry….

OSHA Announced Preliminary Top 10 for 2020

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced its preliminary Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety standards for fiscal year 2020. In an exclusive webinar with Safety+Health magazine on Feb. 26, Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented the preliminary data. For the 10th…

Workplace Impairment Is Not Just Substance Abuse

90% of employers feel “impairment” at work means more than just substance abuse and can also include mental distress and fatigue, according to results from a 2020 National Safety Council (NSC) survey. The survey shows 90% of employers are concerned about mental health, chronic stress and fatigue impacting workers’ fitness…

Report: OSHA Needs to Crack Down on Recordkeeping Violations

A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) paints a picture of how it thinks OSHA should crack down on companies that don’t properly report injuries and illnesses. According to GAO, a big part of the problem is that OSHA hasn’t evaluated the effectiveness of its procedures. The agency…

Proposed Update to Hazard Communication Standard

OSHA is proposing an update of the Hazard Communication Standard to align with the newer Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. The proposed rule is meant to increase worker protections and reduce chemical-related occupational illnesses and injuries by improving information provided on labels and in Safety Data…