22nd Annual Corporate Safety Award Winners

Congratulations to the Winners! Out of 124 applicants this year, 84 companies were finalists who advanced to Phase II. From those finalists, a panel of 45 judges chose the 15 winners. This award honors companies which value their employees and take pride in … Continued

OSHA Releases Long-Awaited Final Rule on Silica

OSHA has released its final rule on protecting workers from exposure to silica, marking the agency’s first updated regulation for the material since 1971. The agency estimates that the rule will save more than 600 lives and prevent more than … Continued

2015 CSA Finalists by City

Congratulations to the following companies who are advancing onto Phase II of the Corporate Safety Award process. Alphabetical order by City. To view the list of finalists in alphabetical order by company, click here. City Company Name Angus Viking Gas … Continued

2015 CSA Finalists

Congratulations to the following companies who are advancing onto Phase II of the Corporate Safety Award process. Alphabetical order by Company. To view the list of finalists in alphabetical order by City, click here. Company Name City Agropur Inc. Weyauwega … Continued

Nominations Requested for Wisconsin Corporate Safety Awards

Madison – The Wisconsin Safety Council and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development are now accepting applications for the 22nd Annual Wisconsin Corporate Safety Awards. Interested companies should visit www.wisafetycouncil.org between January 1 – January 29 to complete the online … Continued

OSHA Enforcement Update

  OSHA recently has taken several enforcement actions, including proposing a new rule that affects record-keeping obligations, changing its enforcement stance on an existing rule and updating two different inspection procedures. The new record-keeping rule, published July 29, clarifies that … Continued

Avoid the Dangers of Drowsy Driving

  Drowsy driving is dangerous no matter where you’re going or how long you’ll be on the road. This holds true for experienced drivers as much as it does for any other drivers. Your brain’s ability to function is impaired … Continued

Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

Steve Haskell, Emergency Recovery Manager Paul Davis Restoration and Emergency Services               September is “National Preparedness” month and a time of year when we should all consider our own actions to prepare for disasters … Continued

Stand at least two hours a day for better health

Office workers should stand for at least two hours a day – and gradually increase that to four hours – to combat the ill effects of lengthy sitting, according to research from the University Centre Shrewsbury and the University of … Continued

Autumn Safety on the Lakeshore Session Descriptions

Breakout session descriptions Keynotes Opening: The Energized Approach for Achieving a Safe, Healthy and Productive Workplace Those in a position of responsibility for safety are often faced with the monumental task of “implementing change”, “getting people on board” and “energizing … Continued