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OSHA Recordkeeping:

How much do you know – and are you up to date?
by Drew Page, CHST, Director of Operations, Optimum Safety

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Staying abreast of OSHA recordkeeping requirements can be daunting—but imperative, not only to meet standards but to track what’s happening in the organization and work toward continuous improvement. To help MSCI members, safety expert Drew Page of Optimum Safety discusses what’s necessary, including: Recordkeeping Requirements Overview, Maintaining & Posting Records, Electronic Submission of Records, Severe Injury Reporting, Employee Involvement and Anti-Retaliation Protection.

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Your Voice Matters

5 ways you can make a difference in Washington
by Julie Cram

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - Chinese steel and aluminum overcapacity. Tax reform. Infrastructure spending. The debt ceiling. NAFTA. Health insurance. Energy and labor regulations. Immigration. All issues Congress and the White House will debate soon, but your opinions on these important public policy discussions matters and should be heard.

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The Goal: Zero Incidents

Peer to peer learning and collaboration help
by Dianna Smoljan

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - Safety is—and should be—a top priority at every company. A recent safety survey by MSCI shows that the industry’s safety efforts are trending to the positive. Incidents have decreased drastically over time, from 10 per 200,000 man hours on average across the industry in 2002 to 5 per 200,000 man hours and below in the 2015 data just reported.

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The Team Approach to Safety:

What it is and why it’s important
by Steve Yates, founder and president of Optimum Safety Management

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - Improving safety and lowering incident rates is an important goal for every company to have. Safety industry expert Steve Yates, president of Optimum Safety Management and a safety partner with MSCI, explains what the team approach to safety is and what it isn’t. The key lies in making all employees feel safe and valued. The return on fewer injuries includes greater employee satisfaction and retention, but it also has noticeable monetary returns.

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Environmental Liability:

Skinning the cat
by Transwestern Metals Team and BBJ Group Environmental Consultancy

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - Historical contamination of soils, groundwater and surface water is so ubiquitous that it can be considered an inherent risk of past industrial and manufacturing practices. This environmental challenge can impede or implode potential M&A and real estate transactions when owners, buyers and sellers of industrial properties are all subject to potentially catastrophic environmental liabilities.

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