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Enhancing Accident Investigation with the OODA Loop

Accidents are an unfortunate reality in many industries, ranging from manufacturing and construction to aviation and healthcare. Conducting effective accident investigations is vital not only to...

Alternative Energy, Opportunity is Abound Throughout North America

Across the United States, the Inflation Reduction Act has enabled growth in solar, wind, battery energy storage systems (BESS), renewable natural gas (RNG), biofuel, and hydrogen, which includes the...

Are Your Rail Cars Properly Secured in Your Yard?

Did you know that 55% of locomotive and/or rail car movers are not properly secured, 61% of rail cars in yards are not properly secured, and 38% of rail yards have a grade that was a factor in a hand...

Employers Require an Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record

Employers and insurance carriers often require an acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) for various reasons related to job requirements, liability and insurance purposes, regulatory compliance,...

The OSHA General Duty Clause

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is tasked with ensuring that employers provide a safe working environment for their employees. OSHA has established a set of safety standards...

OSHA 300 Logs and Posting Requirements

It’s that time of year and one of those end-of-year tasks is completing your company’s OSHA 300 logs, having them signed off on by a senior company official, and preparing to post them on February 1,...

Managing the Numbers: A Look Inside TRIR, DART, and Experience Modification Factors

Oil and gas contractors often secure and maintain work based on their Total Recordable Incident Rate, TRIR, and/or Experience Modification Factor. If either of those numbers goes above a 1.0, then a...

PPE Hazard Assessments in Oil & Gas

A recent injury incident in Midland, Texas, has spotlighted a little-known hazard related to working with sodium hypochlorite, also known as, bleach. An employee, who was performing water treatment...

Changes Announced by U.S. Department of Labor to OSHA's Severe Violator Enforcement Program

On September 15th, 2022 the U.S Department of Labor announced changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Severe Violator Enforcement Program. OSHA has changed the...

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