The Coronavirus has put into question many of our common workplace practices; conferences, group trainings, lunches and business travel. It has also created some questions and concerns around Cal/OSHA reporting and recording related to employees who become ill.
Because sanitizer is ubiquitous, it is easy to forget its hazardous characteristics.
It is time to think about reopening and returning buildings to normal operations. Building closures or limited use during the COVID-19 crisis increases risk of bacteria growth in water systems and associated equipment.
Strong workplaces are built on shared beliefs, value-led behaviors, and inspiring a common purpose. With the risk of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health concerns, investing in a way to look out for our Law Enforcement members, just makes sense.
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.
EIA has partnered with TargetSolutions to provide members with an interactive online driving program.
Cal/OSHA Standards Board recently adopted an emergency regulation to protect outdoor workers from wildfire smoke.
Each year in June, National Safety Month is celebrated across the country. This year we wanted to challenge EIA Members to celebrate in style!
Handling employee terminations is a difficult task, but we have some resources to help you along the way.
On January 25, OSHA issued a final rule which limits the electronic submission requirement to the Form 300A summary.
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