New OSHA Rules Delayed, Watered down under Trump

Acting on new marching orders from the Trump Administration, federal OSHA seems to be scaling back some regulations to benefit employers. Significantly, it seems that large employers will not be required to start submitting their injury and illness reports...

ACA Repeal Plan Is Dead; So What Should You Do?

Now that the American Health Care Act has suffered a defeat in Congress and President Trump has said he’ll move on to other matters, the Affordable Care Act will stand as the law of the land. The big question hanging over the law, however, is the executive order that...

How Tracking Near Misses, Employee Training Reduces Injuries

The latest trend in workplace safety best practices is tracking “leading indicators” – or events that take the lessons learned from past events – to reduce the chances of future injuries. Safety professionals are increasingly keeping track of near misses, hours spent...