Providing roof fall protection is key for any business. If you have a business with manufacturing sites in both the United States and Canada, then you're already aware that there’s both similarities and differences in safety regulations of the two countries. When it comes to safety, there are many basics which are simply a given, such as ensuring the safety of workers and guests to the sites. However, since regulations can be tricky to navigate, keeping the differences top-of-mind is a best practice for success in order to stay compliant in each location. Today, we'll focus on a few of the differences you should be aware of.
Below is a quick selection of some notable safety-related news headlines for the month of March 2019:
OSHA Enforcement Trending Downward, Advocacy Group Claims; DOL Says Inspection Totals Up (Safety+Health)
OSHA enforcement activity “continues to decline” under the Trump administration, according to the National Employment Law Project, citing the agency’s own metrics. The advocacy group also claims that OSHA’s fatality/catastrophe investigations climbed to their highest level in a decade in fiscal year 2018.