OSHA requires employers with more than 10 employees to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. The deadline to post your OSHA 300A summary from injuries and illnesses that occurred in 2020 is February 1st. This summary must be posted for your employees to see until April 30th and kept on file for
Here’s a tip to encourage your team to be mindful of safety, from our HR & Risk Manager, Amy!
Q: We have facilities in 3 different states. I am getting confused with the Governors in each state issuing different types of orders – Stay At Home – Shelter in Place, etc. Is there one source where I can go to find all of these? A: Unfortunately as you described, orders are being issued
With so much talk about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to send out an alert with some additional information. There is a lot of information about COVID-19 out there. Attorney Charla Stevens provides practical guidance for employers related to COVID-19 in this article: https://www.nhbr.com/are-you-prepared-for-the-coronavirus/ This short TED Talk provides additional information about what we do
Our team thought this was some great information to reshare from the University of Southern Maine. Workplace Violence can be a difficult topic and here are some great resources. The University of Southern Maine has developed three modules for employers, employees, as well as an instructor-led module in a no-cost online program for retail workers
Frequent Absences and Sore Hands Dear Fran, I just became an office manager and am also responsible for personnel issues. I have one employee who has frequent absences and missing time. She calls in before hours and leaves a voice message but never says why she is missing work. Can I ask her why she
NH Employers – these two changes went into effect 7-14-19. More information can be found here: https://www.nh.gov/labor/ Effective 7/14/19 there is a statutory amendment to RSA 277 SAFETY AND HEALTH OF EMPLOYEES (Public) that requires the Department of Labor to inspect a place of employment where a serious injury or death has occurred and requires a