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The #1 OSHA Violation in 2018: Fall Protection

The #1 OSHA Violation in 2018: Fall Protection

The most common of all serious workplace injuries are falls from height.

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NSC 2018: OSHA’s Top 10 Violations for 2018

NSC 2018: OSHA’s Top 10 Violations for 2018


The list includes citations through Sept. 30, 2018.

Attendees packed the National Safety Council's Learning Lab on Oct. 23 to hear in what areas employers across the United States have been failing at when it comes to safety.

Patrick Kapust, OSHA's deputy director, directorate of enforcement programs, announced the preliminary results for 2018 at the National Safety Congress in Houston.

"Typically we don't see a lot of changes from year to year," Kapust told attendees. "We like to encourage employers to use it as a guide as to what they should look at in their workplace."

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Kee Safety’s Partnership Program

Kee Safety’s Partnership Program

Kee Safety, Inc. is currently sourcing new partners to promote, sell and install our Fall Prevention products and systems

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Senate passes bill to keep funding stable for safety agencies

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Senators have allocated $556.8 million in discretionary funds for OSHA in fiscal year 2019 – a $4 million increase from FY 2018.

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Ways to Improve Construction Site Safety

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Thoughtfully implementing each of these strategies will help to prevent downtime, chances of injury, and improve overall safety on a construction site.

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New videos demonstrate the importance of fall prevention

New videos demonstrate the importance of fall prevention
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