In addition to the information contained on ERS’ Online Compliance System, we’ve also provided several helpful links below to assist you in staying abreast of the latest industry news and developments. If you have any questions regarding your current services or the impact of recent regulation changes on your business, please do not hesitate to contact an ERS representative at 800-259-0075. We’ll be happy to answer your questions. We appreciate your business and look forward to assisting you.
The Department of Labor recently developed the OSHA Record keeping Advisor to aid employers in determining the appropriate course of action for workplace injuries. Check it out below http://www.dol.gov/elaws/osharecordkeeping.htm
For all the latest news in employment laws, visit the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at http://www.eeoc.gov/index.cfm.
For in-depth information on consumer security, visit the Bureau of Consumer Protection at http://business.ftc.gov/privacy-and-security.
New to the automotive industry? Check out www.nadafrontpage.com for informative news and research.
- OSHA Issues Proposed Rule to Extend Compliance Deadline for Crane Operator Certification Requirements
- OSHA Cites South Dakota Company After Worker Buried in Trench Collapse
- OSHA Cites Wisconsin Steel Pipe Manufacturer for Safety Hazards
- OSHA, Mason Contractors’ Association of St. Louis Renew Partnership for Worker Safety
- Public, Private Partnership Promotes Safety During LaGuardia Airport Redevelopment Project
- OSHA Cites New York Paperboard Mill for 61 Safety, Health Hazards
- OSHA to Hold Second Public Meeting to Solicit Suggestions for Growing, Strengthening Voluntary Protection Programs
- OSHA Investigation Finds Psychiatric Hospital Workers Remain Exposed to Serious Workplace Hazards
- North Florida Roofing Company Cited Again for Workplace Safety Hazards
- U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA, DJ Basin Safety Council Renew Alliance to Protect Colorado Workers
- OSHA revises its online whistleblower complaint form
- OSHA orders Wells Fargo to reinstate SoCal whistleblower; pay $577K in back wages, damages, attorneys’ fees
- Aluminum manufacturing company’s history of safety violations continues, putting employees at Camden County facility at risk of serious injuries
- OSHA investigation finds safety failures led to the death of 3 workers who entered a manhole containing lethal gases
- US Labor Department announces $10.5M funding opportunity for Susan Harwood Training grants to support worker safety, health training