Incident Management

OSHA Strikes Again: NJ Contractor Gets $71,400 Fine for 29 Safety Violations

From crane and electrical hazards to improper storage of propane fuel, RCS Construction was slapped with a heavy $71,400 fined by OSHA. Out of 29 citations, 26 were termed as “serious”. Some of the other references included:

Chemical violations
Equipment violations
Non availability of Hazard Communication program
Lack of forklift training and maintenance
And others…

And there is a reason […]

So you think Safety and Compliance Don’t Matter?

So you really think not having a rigorous safety and compliance management software system doesn’t matter? Just ask Don Blankenship, former CEO of Massey Energy, who was sentenced Wednesday April 6th, 2016 to one year in federal prison for safety lapses connected to a deadly West Virginia coal mine explosion.

A jury in federal court convicted […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Automate Incident Management

Incident management plays a critical role in the ongoing success of any organization. This process allows businesses to identify, analyze and address problems as quickly as possible so that normal business operations may be restored in a timely manner. While incident management is certainly not a new concept, many organizations are still employing this process […]

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