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OSHA’s Newest Enforcement Policies

Recent enforcement policy changes have amounted to “very significant developments with OSHA,” according to an employment attorney. Thomas Metzger laid out the changes in a session at the American Society of Safety Professionals’ Safety 2019 conference in New Orleans. More Repeat Violations Metzger notes OSHA has become more aggressive when…

60% of Safety Risks Go Unreported

See something, say something. It’s a phrase that applies in several situations, including workplace safety, and we all hear it more today than ever. But a study by the RAD Group shows people speak up when they see a safety risk only about 39% of the time. RAD Group Director…

Construction Deaths Decline, Fatal Falls Up

While the number of fatalities in Construction has decreased, deaths from falls continue to increase, according to a new report. Fall fatalities in construction have increased for the seventh year in a row and have risen by 45% since 2011. One reason: In 2017, construction employment in the U.S. increased…

NASP Launches New Courses

Our staff has been working diligently to provide exciting, new and updated course content throughout our Learning Management System! We are proud to announce the launch of our Spill Containment Specialist course as well as a completely updated Workplace Violence Prevention Specialist course. Spill Containment Specialist There are a variety…

Everything is BIGGER in Texas

Our internationally recognized Certified Safety Manager classroom course is coming to San Antonio. While this course is offered online, the experience you get in the live class is something you don’t want to miss. Our Certified Safety Manager (CSM) Course will allow you to: • Discover a brand new perspective…