Mold Dangers After a Flood – Mold Professional Training

If you’re trying to clean up a house that has been flooded, be aware that you’re in a race against mold and bacteria, which can grow quickly. Both the CDC and the EPA recommend bringing in a trained professional to clean up mold that covers more than 100 square feet or a 10-foot-by-10-foot area.

Understanding Why OSHA is Important for Business

Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses. But workplaces that establish safety and health management systems can reduce their injury and illness costs.

Young Worker Safety and Health

Young workers have high rates of job-related injury. These injuries are often the result of the many hazards present in the places they typically work, such as restaurants, warehouses or in construction.

State of Safety: A State-by-State 2017 Report

The State of Safety: A State-by-State Report by the National Safety Council shows where states are on track or falling short on road safety, home and community safety, and workplace safety

Protecting Workers from Heat Illness

Heat illnesses can affect anyone, regardless of age or physical condition. An employer with workers exposed to high temperatures should establish a complete heat illness prevention program.