Episode #2 of the Conscious Capitalism Southern Arizona Podcast – Elevating Humanity through business in Southern Arizona – with co-host Sarah McCraren from McCraren Compliance.
This episode features Pam Crim CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving Southern Arizona and Megan Everett Director of Marketing for Mister Car Wash.
Accidental deaths are rising for workers at small construction firms while dropping for larger companies, a new report shows.
Between 2008 and 2016, the fatality rate for construction firms with fewer than 20 employees rose 57 percent, according to the study by CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training. In contrast, fatalities at firms with 20 or more employees dropped 30 percent. Read more»
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.
Even though the Examinations rule just went into effect on June 2, 2018, there are frequently asked questions about the changes made by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).
Here are frequently asked questions about the final rule, per MSHA»
Sarah McCraren was featured on Tucson Business Radio X No Glass Ceiling talking about Safety, Community and her involvement with Conscious Capitalism.
A meeting will be held Oct. 16 in Washington, D.C., to solicit public comments and suggestions from stakeholders on whistleblower issues in the finance industry within OSHA’s jurisdiction. OSHA is seeking input on improving whistleblower customer service, and enhancing understanding of the whistleblower laws it enforces. The meeting will be held at the Department of Labor’s national headquarters. Those interested must register by Sept. 30. More information will be available in the news section on the Whistleblower Protection Programs webpage.
August 16, 2018, the City of Tucson has made some changes to regular building inspections. The Remote Video Inspection program has been expanded which allows permit holders to use their smart phone for residential construction and follow-up commercial inspections. Additionally, window and stucco installation will no longer be inspected by the City of Tucson. If you have an active permit with these items attached, please disregard these items. Additional information may be found here.