Employee injuries can create more work for a small business owner, but you don’t have to let them become a liability. Even if your business is a corporate office, consider following these steps when an employee is injured on the job: 1. Seek Emergency Help If you or your employees suspect an employee has seriously
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As of August 23, 2014, motor carriers and drivers are able to request the removal of roadside inspection violations from agency data systems to more accurately reflect outcomes of judicial proceedings. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has emphasized that the request only applies to citations issued on or
Chainsaws, log splitters, stump grinders and many other types of loud equipment will be in full force this fall. The SensGard hearing devices are a “must have” add-on for just about every sale made in the dealers’ store, and for safety sake, it’s a necessary part in selling loud equipment.
Tractors, forage harvesters, silage blowers, chain saws, skid-steer loaders, grain dryers and squealing pigs can make farm life quite noisy. Adding to the risk is the fact that many farmers have been exposed to these sounds since childhood. Sound-reducing cabs can help, as can keeping machine parts lubricated and in good
Compact tractors and utility vehicles (UTV) have become an integral piece of equipment on jobsites, farms, ranches and recreational facilities. With its off-road performance, cargo capacity and available attachments, a UTV provides power, speed and versatility in a small package. However, the level of versatility you get from a UTV
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires all entities under its jurisdiction to update their information every two years. You are required to provide this update every two years even if your company has not changed its information, has ceased interstate operations since the last update, or is no longer