Also in the January 2020 Issue:
The tasks of human resources (HR) professionals in the construction industry are not easy. Robyn Kavanagh shares her goal for 2020 and 3 trends to prepare for so that business leaders and HR professionals can support corporate success and keep people at the center.
Read the latest data from OSHA, which shows a significant increase in the number of inspections and a record amount of compliance assistance.
In September 2019, OSHA issued a statement that described the agency’s new approach to inspections, which will reportedly focus more on critical safety areas. Doug Jenks explains what this shift may mean for employers and what they can expect.
Jobs that were once the backbone of the U.S. economy have grown increasingly hard to fill. Learn what qualifies as a blue-collar job, which jobs are going unfilled, what is going on with skills training, and what the landscape ahead looks like.
Winter is upon us—and with winter weather comes winter driving. Everybody knows you are supposed to slow down and increase following distance when driving in winter weather. In this month’s Safety Matters, we will tackle some of the less obvious winter driving tips. Do you know how to tell the difference between a wet roadway