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Protect Yourself

By Elevator World | September 1, 2017

Injuries affect more than just your employees; they hurt your bottom line. Maintaining a safe environment for employees, contractors and other visitors to your facility or jobsite is an essential element of risk management, particularly for those within the elevator industry. According to studies from OSHA, for every dollar spent on safety programs, businesses can…

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A Trend of Strict Enforcement

By Elevator World | June 1, 2014

To improve safety and health, OSHA continues to prefer swinging the stick over dangling the carrot. With OSHA’s 2014 fiscal year more than 50% complete (its 2015 fiscal year begins October 1), and with due respect to Led Zeppelin, the song remains the same. Enforcement continues to be OSHA’s emphasis, and with ever-decreasing attention (and…

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How to Avoid OSHA Pitfalls

By Elevator World | July 1, 2013

Employers in the elevator and escalator industry take many precautions to protect their workers against safety hazards known to exist in the trade. One important step taken by most industry companies is to have a written safety and health program, containing safe work rules, which, if followed, should prevent employees from being exposed to the…

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