Accommodating temperture restrictions what questions to ask
Powerhouse negotiator Eldonna Lewis-Fernandez, author of "Think Like a Negotiator," says there are three questions you may have never asked yourself prior to entering into a negotiation, but should: “What kind of negotiator am I? And, more importantly, what kind of negotiator do I ‘need’ to be in this situation to emerge victorious?
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If not, recordable cases or data might slip through the cracks and not be reflected on the employer's OSHA 300 log.OSHA is laying the groundwork for a requirement that employers electronically file their OSHA 300 and 300A forms; this will help OSHA find patterns of under-recording and target employers for recordkeeping inspections.Employers therefore should review their logs and interview their recordkeepers to determine if the above errors have been made.Employers should do this now, before OSHA does it for them. Sapper is a partner in the OSHA Practice Group of Mc Dermott Will & Emery, a former deputy general counsel of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and a former professor of OSHA law.
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Choosing the right subcontractor is crucial to ensuring site-specific safety plans are followed and employees go home safely each night.