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Risk Insights- Ebola: What Employers Need to Know


Ebola virus disease, also called Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is an extremely infectious virus if contracted and has a high mortality rate. But according to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), Ebola does not pose a threat to most workers in the United States.

P&C Construction: Olivet Management LLC


Olivet Management, LLC, a New York real estate management company, was recently fined over $2.3 million for knowingly exposing its employees and contractors to asbestos and lead hazards during cleanup operations in preparation for potential investors touring one of its properties.

P&C Pro-File: New Initiative Aims to Protect Temp Workers


New Initiative Aims to Protect Temp Workers

In April, OSHA launched an initiative to protect temporary employees from workplace hazards. The agency issued a memo instructing its Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs) to take extra steps during inspections and investigations when reviewing employers’ efforts in protecting the safety and health of their temporary workers.

What is OSHA and Why is it Important to Your Business?


Why is job safety and health important?

REMINDER: Post your OSHA Log Summary by Feb. 1


REMINDER: Post your OSHA Log Summary by Feb. 1

Safe and Sound - Advice On Safety Committees

Planning and using the talent in your business to reduce injuries and worker's compensation claims by forming a safety committee. Kevin Forbes, Sales Executive for ECBM, has these tips to get you started.

Shifting the Safety Balance for Overnight Workers

An international team of sleep researchers has developed the world's first screening tool to help reduce workplace accidents and illnesses, including cardiovascular disease and cancer, caused by shift work.