Employers prepare for new OSHA reporting rule

paramedics-with-patient-on-gurney

Beginning January 1, 2015, employers will have new requirements for reporting workplace fatalities and serious injuries to the federal government. A new Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule also revises how records are kept and updates the list of employers partially exempt from recordkeeping requirements. Even an employer partially exempt from recordkeeping must still adhere to the new reporting requirements.


Share This Blog:


 

Ready for snow? Clear the path

tractor-snowplow

As a property owner, you want to do whatever you can to welcome visitors to your home or business and keep your family, employees and customers safe. Snow and ice on walkways, roadways, driveways and parking lots can present extra challenges during winter months.


Share This Blog:


 

Have a happy – and safe – Halloween

children-trick-or-treating

As you and your family bring out the Halloween decorations and prepare for parties and trick-or-treaters, take time to evaluate the liability exposures associated with having guests on your property. Keep the following tips in mind to ensure Halloween is safe and happy for your family and guests.


Share This Blog:


 

Top 10 tricks to protect yourself from cyber crime

Cybersecurity-thumbnail2

October is normally associated with Halloween and ghosts and goblins, but for the last 10 years it’s been National Cyber Security Awareness month. As evidenced by the rising number of successful attacks against high-profile targets, cyber crime is on the rise. Here are some ways to protect yourself:


Share This Blog: