1. Occupational Safety and Health Act

    Section 5(a) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (the General Duty Clause), requires that employers provide their employees with a workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause serious physical harm or death. OSHA’s guidance breaks down the risk of exposure in the workplace into fou…Read More

  2. Health and Safety

    Outstanding Cleaning number one priority is the health and safety of our employees. We have implemented extensive preventive and protective measures to address COVID-19 as we continue to support our customers. Our protocols were developed by our Health Services and Environmental Health and Safety te…Read More

  3. FLAGS AND FLOWER LEIS

    FLAGS AND FLOWER LEIS It is particularly good to teach the young the meaning of this day. Our young people need to be taught the meaning of this day, and why we celebrate it with so much pomp and circumstance. They need to be taught why this nation is worth that cost as well. And they need to know t…Read More

  4. MEMORIAL DAY

    FLAGS IN It has become a Memorial Day tradition on the part of the 3rd Infantry Division, (The Old Guard) to place flags on every grave at Arlington National Cemetery. They are placed with military precision, one boot length from each stone. It is a powerful way to remember each Soldier, Sailor, Air…Read More

  5. Workplace health and safety

    Workplace health and safety Our employee health culture We believe that our culture has an influence on the health and well-being of our people. A positive environment, in which employees feel that they are treated with respect and fairness and where they have support from leaders, can greatly influ…Read More

  6. Prevent the Most Common Work Injuries 15 OSHA approved safety tips

      Prevent the Most Common Work Injuries 15 OSHA approved safety tips Avoid overexertion Overexertion injuries rank as the highest cause of disabling injuries in the workplace costing businesses more than $15 billion in direct expenses. While one may think that overexertion injuries are more common …Read More

  7. OSHA’S CHECKLIST OF STANDARDS IN YOUR HEALTHCARE FACILITY

    The following OSHA standards for healthcare are some of the most common safety standards that are likely to apply to your facility: Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Hazard Communication Standard Personal Protective Equipment Standard Ionizing Radiation Standard Medical and First Aid Standard Fire Safet…Read More

  8. OSHA Violations

    Types of OSHA Violations The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, enforces workplace safety in the United States. Businesses and worksites are subject to periodic OSHA inspections, and employee safety complaints can also trigger OSHA inspections. These inspections may detect viola…Read More

  9. OSHA Guidelines for Health Care

    OSHA Guidelines for Health Care Front cover of OSHA's Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers. In 2004, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its Guidelines for Health Care and Social Service Workers. These guidelines offer an …Read More

  10. OSHA MOTIVATION

    "Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent." OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has been working relentlessly since 1971 to reduce workplace injuries, accidents through training, and safety standards to be provided by OSHA authorized safety professionals. Under the Occupat…Read More