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Is Your Hazard Communication Program Up to Snuff?

on April 17, 2019
The key to any relationship is communication. That includes your relationships with state and federal environmental health and safety regulators such as the Occupational Health...
Toby GrahamIs Your Hazard Communication Program Up to Snuff?

What Your Ex-Mod Says About Your Business

on April 17, 2019
A single line on an actuarial report. $25,000 out of your company’s pockets. That’s the kind of impact an experience modifier can have. In the...
Toby GrahamWhat Your Ex-Mod Says About Your Business

What are Experience Modifiers? Your Score Can Save You Money

on April 11, 2019
Imagine the universe granted your company an additional $25,000 per year. How would you spend it? You could buy equipment, or upgrade your existing tech....
Toby GrahamWhat are Experience Modifiers? Your Score Can Save You Money

Ensure Environment Health and Safety Compliance With the EHS Checklist

on April 10, 2019
Injuries. Fines. Production delays. Employee turnover. Increased workers’ compensation insurance rates. Lawsuits. Criminal charges. Your business is subject to countless operational and regulatory risks, many...
Toby GrahamEnsure Environment Health and Safety Compliance With the EHS Checklist

Forklift Safety: Simple Mistakes Can Cause Tragedy

on February 24, 2019
Does your facility have storage space or a warehouse? Do you utilize forklifts? Do your personnel and your forklifts share the same space throughout the...
Eric SchmitzForklift Safety: Simple Mistakes Can Cause Tragedy

Have you inspected your fire extinguishers lately?

on January 4, 2019
Are they fully charged, strategically located, accessible, and ready for use? Or, are they covered with dust and hidden in a corner where they create...
Toby GrahamHave you inspected your fire extinguishers lately?

OSHA Releases Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards of 2018

on December 4, 2018
Federal Updates & Interpretations The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published its annual top 10 most frequently cited standards list. OSHA’s Top...
Camille BradburyOSHA Releases Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards of 2018

The Right Body Protection Can Save Lives

on January 5, 2018
Hazards are present in every workplace. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals the majority of workplace injuries occur while workers are performing their normal job...
Toby GrahamThe Right Body Protection Can Save Lives

Natural Gas: The Silent Killer

on November 2, 2017
Natural gas is a colorless and odorless gas that is highly flammable. The biggest hazard that can result from a natural gas leak is an...
Toby GrahamNatural Gas: The Silent Killer

KPA Spotlight: Week of October 23, 2017

on October 23, 2017
EHS Spotlight KPA is dedicated to providing clients with the latest information on regulatory changes and news surrounding Environmental Health and Safety. Take a look...
Toby GrahamKPA Spotlight: Week of October 23, 2017

KPA Spotlight: Week of October 9, 2017

on October 13, 2017
EHS Spotlight KPA is dedicated to providing clients with the latest information on regulatory changes and news surrounding Environmental Health and Safety. Take a look...
Toby GrahamKPA Spotlight: Week of October 9, 2017

KPA Spotlight: September 2017

on September 20, 2017
EHS Spotlight KPA is dedicated to providing clients with the latest information on regulatory changes and news surrounding Environmental Health and Safety. Take a look...
Toby GrahamKPA Spotlight: September 2017

September is National Preparedness Month!

on September 20, 2017
September is National Preparedness Month, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). It’s a great time for employers to reevaluate their Emergency Preparedness and...
Toby GrahamSeptember is National Preparedness Month!

Preparing and Responding to Disaster

on September 7, 2017
Following the events of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, KPA extends our sincere thoughts to our clients, co-workers, families and friends who have been affected by...
Toby GrahamPreparing and Responding to Disaster

KPA Spotlight: August 2017

on August 28, 2017
EHS Spotlight KPA is dedicated to providing clients with the latest information on regulatory changes and news surrounding Environmental Health and Safety. Take a look...
Toby GrahamKPA Spotlight: August 2017

Using the Safety Pyramid to Encourage Accountability

on July 6, 2017
Ignoring the root causes of incidents that occur within your workplace can lead to serious injuries or even fatalities, sooner if not later. Addressing the...
Toby GrahamUsing the Safety Pyramid to Encourage Accountability

Electrical Installations – Safety & Execution

on May 18, 2017
For temporary and/or permanent electrical equipment used on the job site: Lock out/tag out procedures must be followed: If systems need to be energized for...
Toby GrahamElectrical Installations – Safety & Execution