OSEA Safety News

  • 26 JUN

    OSHA Proposes Nearly $89k Penalty

    OSHA proposes nearly $89K penalty after finding concrete manufacturer again exposed workers to airborne silica
  • 22 JUN

    Heat Stress, How it Really Affects You

    After a long day of training on a cold, blustery February evening and wearing several layers to keep warm, the last thing on my mind was heat stress.
  • 30 MAY

    Michele Pratt - Employee Spotlight

    Michele Pratt is celebrating her one year anniversary at OSEA, Inc. as the VP of Business Development.
  • 30 MAY

    Don't Let your Summer Go Up in Flames!

    The summer barbecue is something we all look forward to. Don’t be one of the 7000 Americans injured by your grill this year.
  • 25 MAY

    OSHA News Release

    Court upholds OSHA finding that railroad company violated Maine employee's whistleblower rights
  • 18 MAY

    Upcoming OSHA Compliance Deadlines

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated several standards that business and industry need to be aware of. These include:
  • 16 MAY

    Truth of Workplace Violence

    According to OSHA, nearly 2 million Americans are the victims of workplace violence each year.
  • 25 APR

    Gina Coniglio Employee Spotlight

    Gina Coniglio has been an active participant in OSEA, Inc. since December, 1991, serving as Corporate Secretary/Controller and President.
  • 24 APR

    OSHA News Release - Region 1

    Employer in fatal Boston trench collapse did not provide safety training and basic safeguards for employees, OSHA finds Atlantic Drain Service Co. Inc.
  • 21 APR

    The Air We Breathe

    In 1970 the EPA signed the Clean Air Act to assist in decreasing air pollutants and lead to improvements to human health and the environment.
  • 4 APR

    Cavalry Security Services, LLC.

    OSEA, Inc. is proud to announce the creation of its affiliate company, Cavalry Security Services, LLC.
  • 3 APR

    Worker's Memorial Day

    April 28th will commemorate Workers’ Memorial Day. Established in 1970 through the AFL-CIO as a remembrance for those workers who have been killed
  • 3 APR

    Maintaining a Safe Work Environment

    Risk Management involves weighing potential exposure vs. the cost of prevention and/or mitigation of losses.
  • 29 MAR

    OSHA News Release Region 4

    Safety Stand-Down events put the brakes on injuries at Georgia road sites. Events help laborers avoid being struck by distracted drivers, debris
  • 2 MAR

    OSHA News Release - Region 5

    OSHA cites Ohio railroad parts manufacturer after follow-up inspection finds workers remain exposed to machine,
  • 2 MAR

    Pipeline Safety

    Pipeline is Back.
  • 20 FEB

    OSHA News Release - Region 5

    Green Bay manufacturer faces more than $219K in proposed penalties after two workers suffer severe injuries within 10 days
  • 6 FEB

    Bloodborne Pathogens Basics

    No “Hep B or C” for me.
  • 3 FEB

    OSHA News Release - Region 5

    Framers observed working without fall protection, a leading cause of construction worker death
  • 10 JAN

    Lead in Drinking Water

    Lead in drinking water has been in the news lately, the municipal water system of Flint, Michigan has not provided clean drinking water.
  • 9 JAN

    OSEA's 25 Year Anniversary

    OSEA, Inc. is proud to announce its twenty-fifth year as a leading environmental, health, and safety consulting firm.
  • 5 JAN

    OSHA News Release - Region 5

    Chicago metal container manufacturer faces more than $81K in OSHA penalties after 3rd worker suffers amputation injury
  • 5 DEC

    OSHA Rules and Regulations

    As 2016 rolls to an end, we take a look at the various Federal Regulations and Standards updates and initiatives that 2016 brought us.
  • 5 DEC

    Safe Winter Driving

    Winter driving can be hazardous and scary, especially in northern regions that get a lot of snow and ice.
  • 1 DEC

    The Family Christmas Tree

    So beautiful to behold yet many injuries occur as a result of carelessness related to the gathering and care of your tree.
  • 8 NOV

    Being 'Green' At The Office

    According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as much as 45 percent of the 250 million tons of municipal waste generated in 2011
  • 3 NOV

    Top 10 OSHA Violations for 2016

    Every October, OSHA releases its preliminary list of the 10 most frequently cited safety and health violations for the fiscal year.
  • 1 NOV

    OSHA Proposed Changes to Construction Standards

    OSHA is proposing 12 changes to their construction standards.
  • 11 OCT

    Crane Safety

    Moving large, heavy loads is crucial to today's manufacturing and construction industries. Much technology has been developed for these operations.
  • 19 SEP

    Air Pollution Control Permits & Registrations - Do You Have or Need One?

    The federal Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990 necessitated the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) administering an exte
  • 15 SEP

    Emergency Preparedness On-Site

    Do your worker’s know what to do in case of an emergency on site?
  • 19 AUG

    Silica Standards

    OSHA recently issued revised standards for crystalline silica.
  • 11 JUN

    Wearing PPE: Even Kids Do It

    What I find very disturbing on job sites is adults who don't do the right thing even after being educated as to what is right.
  • 15 MAY

    The Business of Safety

    The safety and health profession is one that seems to teeter-totter frequently with the height of rise and fall dependent on the business cycle.
  • 14 SEP

    A look at scissor lifts and fall protection

    There is continuing discussion about the need to utilize appropriate fall protection while working within scissor lifts.
  • 22 JUL

    Narcotic painkillers in the workplace

    Reviewing cases involving industrial accidents presents many interesting facts about the workplaces we toil within, both construction & industrial.
  • 19 FEB

    Marijuana meets the workplace

    This is a changing Frontier. Liberalization of drug use will open doors to acceptability at some level which will or could impact the workplace.
  • 17 JAN

    Best safety feedback comes from within

    A well-organized safety committee empowers the workforce to participate, voice their concerns, to be part of the successful and safe operation.
  • 10 JAN

    10 ways to improve safety performance for 2014

    OSEA presents 10 ways you can improve safety performance at your workplace for 2014.

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