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Trees – Assess the Risk to Mitigate the Exposure
Posted by Ian Chadwick in Risk Control

As we know, trees are ubiquitous and necessary for a healthy environment. However, they require regular inspection and care to remain healthy and reduce the likelihood of becoming a factor in a dangerous condition claim.

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Announcing New Driver Training Program
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Risk Control

EIA has partnered with TargetSolutions to provide members with an interactive online driving program.

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Emergency Wildfire Smoke Rule
Posted by John Nichols in Risk Control

Cal/OSHA Standards Board recently adopted an emergency regulation to protect outdoor workers from wildfire smoke.

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Did You Know...June is National Safety Month?
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Did You Know?, Risk Control

Each year in June, National Safety Month is celebrated across the country. This year we wanted to challenge EIA Members to celebrate in style!

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Did You Know...How to Effectively Handle Terminations?
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Did You Know?, Risk Control

Handling employee terminations is a difficult task, but we have some resources to help you along the way.

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OSHA Issues Final Rule Regarding 300 Log Reporting
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Risk Control

On January 25, OSHA issued a final rule which limits the electronic submission requirement to the Form 300A summary.

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FTA Drug Testing Rate Increases for 2019
Posted by Ian Chadwick in Risk Control

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) intends to raise the minimum drug testing rate from 25% to 50% of employees for random testing, effective January 1, 2019.

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Emergency Cal/OSHA Regulation: Electronic Reporting
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Risk Control

Cal/OSHA recently announced an emergency rulemaking to require California employers to electronically report Form 300A information by amending Title 8, Section 14300.41.

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Did You Know... Employees could be in the "Line of Fire"?
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Did You Know?, Risk Control

Awareness is our first line of defense. We must identify conditions or aspects of the working environment that might put ourselves in the line of fire and consider how to prevent that risk.

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Wildfire Air Quality
Posted by Sarah Bruno in Risk Control

With the wildfires happening throughout California, there are questions and concerns regarding the air quality related to smoke.

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