January 2019 Quicktakes

U.S. Department of Labor Provides Assistance for California Wildfires Recovery

Firefighters walking in scorched land

OSHA is joining with other federal agencies to help those impacted by devastating wildfires in California. OSHA is partnering with the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division to help protect worker safety and wages during cleanup and recovery operations.

To learn about other Labor Department assistance efforts, read the news release.

The simplicity of our Safety Inspection app will increase inspection frequency which leads to a safer work site.  You’ll identify hazards and/or unsafe behaviors in real-time which allows management to take a more proactive approach to prevent accidents or OSHA violations.

The Safety-Reports mobile inspection app helps your organization maintain compliance with applicable safety regulations which greatly reduces the likelihood of receiving a citation.  Furthermore, data collected using our app has proven to help ‘vacate’ or at least reduce the severity of citations.

Using the Safety-Reports mobile inspection app will cut report writing time significantly!  You simply click ‘yes’ or ‘no’  on the applicable checklist items and submit your report.  Our templates come with pre-loaded observations and recommendations that virtually eliminate report writing time. 

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