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Understanding OSHA’s Fall Prevention Campaign: Step 2 — Train


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has rolled out a Fall Prevention Campaign, and we want to make sure every employer and worker is aware of it. In January, we covered the planning stage and in February, we highlighted the importance of providing proper equipment. Training is the final portion of this three-step initiative…. Read more »

Shift in the Market Drives a Decrease in Shipping Costs


The past two years have been very challenging for many shipowners and operators. Many factors — low freight rates, decreasing asset values, a decline in profitability, and barren cash balances have caused shipowners to look for ways to cut costs as much as possible. Finding ways to slash ship operating expenses has become crucial to… Read more »

Understanding OSHA’s Fall Prevention Campaign: Step 2 — Provide


In January, we covered the basics of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Fall Prevention Campaign. To recap, falls are the number one cause of death in construction. In 2013, 35% of all fatalities in the industry were falls to a lower level. In an effort to curb — and hopefully completely eliminate —… Read more »

Three Steps to Making Your Good Employees Great in 2017


Happy New Year! Now that 2017 is officially underway, it’s time to start making big plans for your company. You have a lot to accomplish this year, so you need 100% effort from every single person on your team. Right now, you have some really good, solid employees on staff, but that isn’t enough to… Read more »

The Importance of Supply Chain for the Sharing Economy


Composed of companies like Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb, the sharing economy has majorly changed the business realm. For example, when someone needs a ride, they can simply order an Uber, instead of calling a taxi — a move that can save a great deal of time and money. Despite the unconventional aspects of the sharing… Read more »

Understanding OSHA’s Fall Prevention Campaign: Step 1 – Plan


When your employees report to work, they’re not spending the day sitting behind a desk in a cushy office chair — they’re doing potentially hazardous work on a jobsite. As a caring employer, you want everyone to go home safe and sound at the end of the day, so you must have proper safety precautions… Read more »

Reasons to Look for a New Job, Even if You’re Employed


You’ve been happily employed at a great company for years. Your career is humming along nicely, which is great. But you hear from employment agencies in your area that a new position just opened that’s a great match for your skills and experience. What do you do? It’s easy to get complacent when we’re satisfied… Read more »

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