December 2017 Quicktakes

OSHA provides news and commentary on DOL Blog

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OSHA provides news and commentary on workplace safety and health from its senior leadership, staff and guest contributors on the DOL blog.

See our latest posts:

  • Cleaning Up, Staying Safe, by Mandy Edens, director of OSHA’s Directorate of Technical Support and Emergency Management
  • OSHA Program for Small Businesses Makes a Big Difference, by Patrick Showalter, director of OSHA’s Office for Small Business Assistance
  • An Ounce of Prevention with OSHA Consultation, by Eric R. Lucero, deputy director of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Public Affairs in Atlanta
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Employee Participation 
Now employees can take their safety into their own hands by having the capability to make quick observations. Employees have the option to send the observations anonymously.

One-Off Observations
Our observation app helps you make quick observations in no time at all. Our simple app helps you communicate positive or negative observations to whoever.

Training Opportunity
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Our Reports
Schedule daily, weekly or monthly “Observation Reports” and have them delivered in Excel via email to designated contacts. Observations categorized as “High Severity” will be delivered in real-time via email. The system also includes a dashboard page that can be accessed from your Administrative Account.

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