Tag: Stat of the Week
What’s the most dangerous job in America? Here’s what data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has to say.
A wrongful termination claim sounds like an “ouch.” But how bad is it, really? Not great, as it turns out. Win or lose, here’s what you can expect to pay.
We polled our user base to get a feel for what safety and training managers want to see from their EHS and HR Training Courses in the future.
As workplace environments shift over time, training needs are changing too. Here's a snapshot of popular workforce and safety training courses.
The average vehicle on the road today is over 12 years old, and the vehicle parc is at a record level. This drove Cox Automotive to touch on the topic in their 2022 predictions.
How do fatality rates measure up in your state? In your industry? We dug through the data to help you learn where to focus your efforts.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have raised their fines for 2020.
KPA launched the Hazard Communication Program Grader to assess if organizations were complying with a key OSHA rule. Here’s what we’ve learned.
Trying to quantify onboarding? I’d like to introduce you to a new way to think about human capital expenses: unproductive compensation.