Categories Avetta, Compliance, ISNetworld, Safety

Don’t Let Your TRIR Take You Down!

TRIR Total Recordable Incident Rate ISNetworld Avetta

Are you dealing with ISNetworld®, Avetta®, Compliance Pro, Veriforce, or any other contractor management / qualification platform and losing points for TRIR? If so, you are not alone. 

TRIR stands for Total Recordable Incident Rate, and was created by OSHA to help the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) measure a company’s work-related injuries. The Total Recordable Incident Rate can also be viewed as a ‘safety-score’. 

Categories Compliance, JJ Safety, Safety

The Value of a Rock-Solid Hazard Communication Program

Hazard Communication (HazCom) ISNetworld Compliance

Hazard Communication is one of those programs that every company needs to have in place, since every company uses some sort of chemical. From window cleaner  to chlorine, OSHA requires “all employers to provide information to their employees about the hazardous chemicals to which they are exposed, by means of a hazard communication program, labels and other forms of warning, safety data sheets, and information and training.” (CFR 1910.1200(b)(1)

Categories Compliance, JJ Safety, Safety

NCMS and ISNetworld® – Maybe there’s a Connection!

NCMS ISNetworld ISN ISNetworld NCMS Drug & Alcohol Testing Drug & Alcohol DOT Non-DOT PHMSA

NCMS stands for National Compliance Management System, and it is a system that was developed to keep track of contractor drug and alcohol compliance. NCMS works with ISNetworld®, hiring companies and other contractor vetting platforms to mitigate the likelihood of drug and alcohol related incidents on worksites.

Categories Compliance, JJ Safety, Safety

Who Needs Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Bloodborne Pathogens, Safety Training

Perhaps you don’t work in a hospital or at the fire department, or even if you do, you may be wondering. “Do I have to be compliant in Bloodborne Pathogens?” “Do i have to complete training for Bloodborne Pathogens?”
The short answer is yes, if your employees have exposure to bloodborne pathogens, then yes. If you don’t work in a medical facility, perhaps you’re wondering why you would need bloodborne pathogen training.