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Workplace Safety Stories: Quick, Decisive Action After a Tragic Fall

by Paul AldrichMarch 23, 2020 8:00 AM

A workplace accident can be a life-changing event, both for the person injured and an employer. A serious injury can change someone’s life, which in turn can place your business under the spotlight for both the injured employee’s family and OSHA.

While you can’t heal someone’s injury after the fact, there are ways that you can definitively respond to workplace injuries to help avoid future accidents and avoid OSHA intervention. Here’s an example of how GMS helped one company avoid OSHA scrutiny and put practices in place to prevent additional workplace injuries.

Hard hats in place to improve workplace safety for employees. 

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Preventing Issues with OSHA through Proactive Risk Management

by Paul AldrichFebruary 13, 2020 8:00 AM

Workplace injuries are a serious concern for any business. Not only can an injury gravely impact the wellbeing of one of your employees, it can also cause OSHA to come knocking at your door. 

A serious injury can lead to months of headaches and serious fines, but there are ways you can act to mitigate, or even avoid, OSHA intervention. Here’s how GMS was able to get OSHA to complete an investigation without coming on site or issuing a citation after a notable workplace injury.

A worker standing by a dump truck before a workplace injury occurs. 

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