According to a Norton Security Insights Report, more than half of the adult population on the internet in the United States were affected by some sort of virus or malware in 2017. That equates to approximately 143 million Americans. Those consumers lost roughly $20 Billion from those attacks which were the results of consumers making basic security mistakes. Prevention is key when dealing with Cyber Threats. This article provides tips and best practices to be more secure online as well as 6 Cyber Security Topics to watch in 2018.
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OSHA recently released an updated recordkeeping guide that details requirements for tracking employee injury and illness in the workplace via forms 300A, 300 and 301. The new guide adds recently incorporated changes to OSHA guidelines.
It also simplifies reporting guidelines by merging the previous four OSHA reporting documents into a single guide.
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Enhanced surety credit can be a powerful tool for contractors looking to bid, negotiate and ultimately win more contracts. Here’s an article that was published in CRCA Today on Surety Bond Basics that was written by DSP Risk Management Specialist Bryan Adams, and Brien Spoden from Merchants Bonding (see page 11). https://lnkd.in/dXb2yDN
This is a friendly reminder that February 1st marks the deadline for you to tabulate your annual OSHA Log Summary (OSHA Form 300A) and post it in a common area wherever notices to employees are usually posted. If you have any questions regarding the summary, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DSP’s volunteerism team helped out with Feed My Starving Children’s mobile packing event over the weekend. During this session, FMSC volunteers packed 535 boxes containing over 100,000 meals for children in developing countries. That’s enough to feed 317 children for a year! We’d like to thank Feed My Starving Children for arranging this great event and the Odeum Expo Center for hosting it! To learn more about Feed My Starving Children, visit www.fmsc.org.
Given recent events, DSP wants to ensure that all clients are aware of actions that they can take, both on and off the job, in an active shooter event.
DSP Safety Services is available to provide on-site training to further raise awareness to this issue.