Web-based training supports decentralized workforce model

July 27, 2012

For companies that embrace the work-from-home and bring-your-own-device models, Web-based training fits in perfectly. Continue reading

Businesses, employees evolve together

July 26, 2012

When that next big thing comes out, changing the way people look at a certain product or service, employees need to adapt as their company’s goals are redefined. Continue reading

Report calls for OSHA reforms

July 25, 2012

The Center for Progressive Reform is calling for legislative and policy changes to ensure a higher standard of worker safety throughout the nation. Continue reading

Seattle-based company cited in death of longshore worker

July 24, 2012

An investigation into the death of a worker at the Port of Long Beach in California has led the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to cite SSA Marine with five safety and training violations. Continue reading

OSHA cites NJ contractor $89K in fines

July 23, 2012

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed a series of fines totaling $89,100 against Allied Brothers Construction, Inc. of Bloomfield, New Jersey, according to an OSHA press release. Continue reading

Competition in the sales department: how learning management software can help

July 19, 2012

According to the survey, 41 percent of managers said that their workforces were more competitive than they were 10 years ago. Continue reading

OSHA and FRA reach whistleblower agreement after July 4 Chicago accident

July 17, 2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced a partnership on July 16 with the Federal Railroad administration that will improve the rights of whistleblowers. Continue reading

With projections of growth, trucking industry needs more training for new hires

July 16, 2012

While the ATA predicts a growth in the industry, many companies are experiencing trouble hiring drivers. Continue reading

Government starts manufacturing training program for veterans, may need OSHA compliance

July 13, 2012

As the the U.S. scales down its operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan, many veterans will be returning home will need to find employment. Continue reading

BP finally reaches agreement with OSHA over 2005 explosion

July 12, 2012

OSHA cited BP in September 2005 with $21 million after an explosion at its Texas City refinery killed 15 workers in March of that year. Continue reading