Answers to 5 common questions about posting your annual OSHA summary

It’s February, and that means it’s time to post OSHA Form 300A, a summary of the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred at your company during 2016. Because it is only filled out once a year, many of the formulas and details are forgotten from the year before. To make your job […]

IOSH not too concerned about courthouse mold

Iowa OSHA found visible mold in the Indianola, Iowa courthouse during an inspection last year, however could not confirm the mold is having a serious negative impact on anyone’s health. According to the final results of a study that was conducted in September and October of 2016, inspectors were able to see water stains and […]

Cancer toughest foe for firefighters

Walking into a burning structure isn’t the only danger facing firefighters on a daily basis. Long after the flames have been extinguished and lives and property have been saved, many of these brave men and women are just beginning the fight against an equally lethal foe: cancer. Marion Star

Something smells at prison, and MIOSHA is looking into it

Michigan OSHA opened an investigation Friday into complaints about poor air quality and backups of raw sewage at Parnall Correctional Facility near Jackson, as well as maggots and human waste rising through drains into shower rooms. Detroit Free Press