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Learn more on the overview of OSHA's guidelines and the regulations needed to stay compliant post-accident drug testing.Thirty-one states (and counting) have legalized the use of marijuana, nine of which have legalized...
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Are you testing for drugs and alcohol in the workplace? Make sure you know the right way to do so and have the proper policies in place.Employers committed to maintaining a drug and alcohol-free workplace are...
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Learn how to effectively and properly conduct a workplace investigation while keeping the company protected.Companies must prove they have done their part to provide a safe work environment in order to avoid legal...
Gain a solid understanding of nondiscrimination rules and testing to develop a cost effective compliance program for your organization. The Affordable Care Act explicitly prohibits eligibility exclusions and...
In a growing cannabis industry, understand how to stay compliant and sustain a drug-free workplace.The state of cannabis legalization in the United States is a true patchwork.
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Learn how to be as proactive as possible during the up rise of the opioid epidemic within the workplace.Your employees are more likely to die from an opioid overdose than a car crash.
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Make sure you know your rights as an employer before, during, and after an OSHA inspection.Employers continue to mismanage OSHA inspections. These missteps became more costly after the August 2016 72% increase in OSHA...
Understand the requirements of OSHA's medical services and first aid and how best to be prepared when accidents happen.Workplace injuries can be costly for all involved.
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Find out everything you need to know about OSHA inspections to protect your company.Googling 'how to comply with OSHA' after the compliance officer arrives at your facility is not a winning strategy.
Protect your company with a solid understanding of the OSHA recordkeeping requirements.OSHA's Hazard Communication rules require employers to examine their programs.
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