When you join the Business Council, you’re in good company by making a decision to support the backbone of Northwest Ohio business. Companies of all sizes can benefit from the services we offer. Private sector businesses provide the jobs and bring in the wealth that our workers, families, and communities all depend on.
Becoming involved offers you marketing and promotional opportunities. This could lead to generating sales leads, increase name recognition in our community, and provide for possibilities of partnerships with other members through networking. Additionally you will be afforded access to programs that could save you money on health insurance, energy costs, office supplies, and several other ways to cut your business expenses.
Your membership with the Northwest Business Council is making a valuable investment in your business and community. We are an influential business organization that gives you access to new clients, ideas, and resources that will only help you strengthen and grow your business. Come grow with us today!
Measuring noise levels and workers' noise exposures is the most important part of a workplace hearing conservation and noise control program. It helps identify work locations where there are noise problems, employees who may be affected, and where additional noise measurements need to be made.
The data tells us that sprains and strains are common and costly in industry today. They are costly (and unacceptable) for businesses, they are costly (and painful) for workers and they are costly (and frustrating) for safety professionals.
Did you know that OSHA requires employers to provide their employees with the training and tools necessary to stay safe during a fire and to help combat the fire in certain situations? Fire extinguishers may serve as the first line of defense against a fire, but they do not serve as a “one size fits all” solution.
Think You Don’t Need to Worry About OSHA Recordkeeping Violations? Think again. You may thoroughly comply with OSHA standards. But if you fall short when it comes to recordkeeping regulations, your company can still end up paying thousands of dollars in fines. OSHA is cracking down on recordkeeping violations. And across the country, professionals like you are learning this lesson the hard way.