Employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace to employees. Although there is no specific OSHA standard related to workplace violence, the general duty to provide a safe workplace standard requires employers to use “feasible means” to protect workers from acts of violence.
Opportunities abound in the typical U.S. workplace for accidents and injuries. Sometimes these injuries are due to the nature of the work itself or the speed at which work must be performed. Sometimes workplace risks are due to the lack of safety protocols (or the failure to enforce announced safety protocols), poor operational design, defective […]
Reason 1: Surveillance video can be used to quickly investigate and respond to customer service issues.
In this second installment in our series on video security for workplace safety and injury prevention, we take a look at legal issues relating to video surveillance in the workplace. This post isn’t intended to provide legal advice or guidance. If you have questions or concerns, definitely consult an attorney in your state for specific […]
Video security cameras can be a key tool in helping to identify causes of workplace injuries, help to improve operational processes to reduce potential injuries, and to identify areas where safety training needs to be enhanced.