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Workplace Safety for an Accident-Free, OSHA-Compliant Workplace

A safer, healthier workplace is within every employer’s reach. Learn the basic OSHA standards and smart business practices that protect your workers and keep you in compliance with recordkeeping, reporting and training requirements.​

Workplace Safety Insight

You Can Make a Difference: How to Curb Workplace Violence Before It Erupts
September 12
As an employer or manager, you’re responsible for keeping workers safe. This includes preventing violence in the workpla ... More >
New OSHA Electronic Recordkeeping Rule on Hold
June 23
Due to a delay of the new electronic recordkeeping rule issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSH ... More >
OSHA to Expand Your Injury Reporting Requirements and Make Information Public
June 21
OSHA already requires most businesses to keep records of work-related injuries and illnesses through Form 300A — Summary ... More >
GHS Deadline is Near - Finalize Your GHS Training
May 9
To better protect workers from hazardous chemicals, OSHA recently revised its Hazard Communication Standard to align wit ... More >
Jaime Lizotte
Presented by: Jaime Lizotte,
HR Solutions Manager
Many businesses choose to work with independent contractors, which is perfectly acceptable. But only if you follow the legal parameters. The IRS has strict worker classification rules regarding who is a contractor and who is an employee. Get it wrong and you could face severe penalties, including back taxes, steep fines and, in some cases, even prison.
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