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Get Familiar with Respirator Types

The first respirator has been traced back to the first century when Pliny the Elder (A.D. 23-79) described the use of animal bladder skins to protect roman miners from red lead oxide dust. 487 more words

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Coming soon! National Farm Safety and Health Week 2014

September 21-27 is National Farm Safety Week. This year’s theme is “Safety Counts: Protecting What Matters.” The theme underscores the importance of working together to build a safer and healthier agricultural work place. 137 more words

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Justices Block Lawsuit Over Boeing Worker's Death

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington’s Supreme Court says in a split decision that Boeing can’t be sued over a worker’s death from asbestos exposure.

Worker Gary Walston was exposed to asbestos throughout his long career at Boeing, but especially during a span in 1985 when crews began repairing pipe insulation in the ceiling of the shop where he worked. 134 more words


Life of a WCAHS Student Researcher: Heat Illness Study

By Eddie Delgadillo Alfaro

Note: Eddie and his co-workers have been working throughout the summer season on CA farms to better understand how to prevent heat illness associated with farm work. 639 more words

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Does Your Workplace Need an Ergonomic Intervention?

Ergonomics on the job go unnoticed until it is too late. They specifically relate to the way in which a person physically adapts their body to fit the task that they are doing. 249 more words

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