Creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other

Creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other

Tucson Business Radio: Conscious Capitalism Episode 1

McCraren Compliance is sponsoring a new radio program and podcast – Conscious Capitalism; Elevating Humanity through Business in Southern Arizona.  Our own Sarah McCraren as one of the shows co-hosts will be a highlighting local business leaders and how they help improve our community through business.

The first episode is now available.  Listen now.

OSHA Issues Memorandum Clarifying Position on Incentive Program Drug Testing

OSHA recently released a memorandum to its regional administrators to clear up confusion about its 2016 recordkeeping rule changes concerning employer safety incentive programs and post-incident drug testing. The bottom line is that employers are still permitted to implement safety incentive programs and require post-incident drug testing, provided that the actions are taken to promote workplace safety and health and not to penalize employees for reporting work-related injuries or illnesses. The memorandum suggests that consistently enforcing legitimate work rules, whether or not an injury or illness is reported, would be one way for employers to show that their companies are promoting workplace safety and health. The memorandum also states that drug testing to evaluate the root causes of workplace incidents is permissible, but affected employers should drug test every employee whose conduct could have contributed to the incident. LEARN MORE

At ports of entry and elsewhere, ADOT helps combat human trafficking

October 10, 2018 – PHOENIX – At Arizona Department of Transportation commercial ports of entry near California and New Mexico,  K-9 units are trained to identify not only evidence of illegal drugs but human cargo that can include victims of human trafficking. Lieutenants overseeing these ports have training on identifying warning signs of human trafficking, such as unusual tattoos, an unwillingness to speak up and carrying large amounts of cash without explanation. More»
If you would like to learn more about how to help stop human trafficking, please visit To report anything suspicious, please call 888.373.7888.