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The Susan Harwood federal safety and health training grants will help train workers and employers at 90 nonprofit organizations to recognize serious workplace hazards.
As more workplaces begin to reopen, OSHA is reminding employers that worker safety remains a priority amid both coronavirus and common workplace hazards.
The Clean Start: Back to Work Tax Credit for businesses would offset the costs of cleaning services, purchasing cleaning products, and sanitary-related equipment, as well as training.
Three types of training grants will fund education to help workers and employers identify and prevent workplace safety and health hazards, including the coronavirus.
New report from EVERFI finds that negative stress, as well as high rates of toxic and negative culture, are common in the workplace.
For National Electrical Safety Month, updated workplace safety information to reduce electrical injuries is available from the Electrical Safety Foundation International.
In early May, OSHA will join with occupational safety organizations for the week-long event that focuses on preventing falls in construction, the industry’s leading cause of fatalities.
The framework features professional development options from a group of associations and will provide resources for the entire operational life cycle of the built environment.
NextWave Safety Solutions is tackling workplace incidents with proprietary technology that brings transparency and preparedness to the safety industry.
Here are six strategies that help facility management teams establish a framework towards proactive maintenance.
The safety of the work environment was among the top criteria employees consider when evaluating a new job offer, according to a new survey.
The new facility enables this commercial property insurance provider to build upon existing learning opportunities for employees and clients.
In 2014, attending a Building Operator Certification program helped shift perspective for the associate director for engineering and utilities at the University of Montana.
OSHA will conduct a three-day training event in August to educate federal agency safety and health personnel on how to provide safe and healthful workplaces for federal employees.
A free training course on extinguishing fires in the workplace is being offered by UL Workplace Health & Safety as part of its comprehensive online eLearning library.
Bold, innovative, and forward-thinking human resource strategies are needed to develop leaders, engage employees, and improve workplace culture as the global economy starts to grow rapidly.
With a talent shortage on the horizon, the IFMA Foundation has introduced the Global Workplace Workforce Initiative.
New IREM® leadership development white paper lays out the fundamentals of delegating responsibilities to others.
OSHA developed this training event to ensure that federal workplaces have safety programs and standards consistent with those in the private sector.
The organizations will dedicate resources in pursuit of four initiatives beginning this fall. As progress is made, both groups will report back to enlist the help of their constituencies.
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