MySafetySign, Your Unofficial Partner in Compliance

Recently, OSHA celebrated 47 years of safety. They have provided support to businesses, and workers throughout the US. Their standards address current workplace hazards, and gauging what may be coming in the future. OSHA has created necessary standards that have provided a starting point for safety programs, but how do we manage to make our job compliant? How do we transition from regulation to compliance?
Navigating OSHA is a team sport with industry, business owners, regulators, and standards organizations all playing a role. Regulations and standards are helpful, but manufacturers of products used in everyday work environments play a crucial role as well.
It has been said that “requiring a manufacturer to warn about matters that are obvious would tend to reduce the effectiveness of the warnings and that warnings, in order to be effective, should be selective” This statement, which dates to the 1980s is just as relevant today. Warning labels alone will not eliminate 100% of the risk, but warning labels + a well designed product = reasonable risk. The risk then can be managed effectively.
If you feel safety and compliance can be difficult to navigate, you are not alone. Recently, Deloitte administered a survey asking respondents for the services they would most like their insurer to provide. Property safety systems, and regulatory compliance support rounded out the top 5
business support
Here at Mysafetysign we see ourselves as your partner in safety. The 3rd requirement on the list - Hazard Prevention and Control is our specialty. OSHA has provided a starting point and we are providing the tools you need to prevent and control any future hazards.
If compliance is a concern for you, OSHA offers suggestions on the minimum requirements for a good safety and health program:

Meeting the Minimum Requirements

  • Management Commitment and Employee Involvement
  • Worksite Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Training for Employees, Supervisors, and Managers
Staying informed is only 50% of the struggle. It’s easy to get bogged down with regulations and not know what to do. That’s why we here at Mysafetysign want to help by providing the best tools for your hazard prevention and control, information regarding OSHA’s regulations, and customer service that is ever present.
Celebrate OSHA’s 47th anniversary by honoring what they value most: keeping employees safe and valued.