• Posts Tagged ‘Safety’

    Contractor fined $91K for deadly trench collapse

    Posted on: March 22nd, 2016 by IE Safety Services

    Contractor fined $91K for deadly trench collapse March 22, 2016 By Nick Pipitone Leave a Comment A Mason, OH, excavation contractor is facing a $91,000 fine for a trench collapse that killed a 26-year-old employee last year. OSHA alleged Stauffer Site Services didn’t provide trench cave-in protection for employees during a storm sewer replacement project in […]

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    Is it unrealistic to be good at Safety & Profit ?

    Posted on: February 16th, 2016 by IE Safety Services

    Research: Unrealistic to be good at Safety & Profit at same time February 10, 2016 By Fred Hosier Leave a Comment Is it unrealistic to be good at Safety & Profit at same time? Why do big organizations repeat big safety mistakes? Researchers think they know why. The study by the McCombs School of Business at The […]

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    Which companies under-report injuries? The impact on workplace safety

    Posted on: February 9th, 2016 by IE Safety Services

    A new study reveals which size companies and what industries are more likely to under-report worker injuries. The study also points out how this impacts efforts to reduce worker injuries at all sorts of companies.  The study, published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, says overall, 70% of workers’ comp claims in Washington state […]

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