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Hover boards grounded!!!

Solihull Trading Standards were notified by the National Trading Standards Safety at Ports Team to investigate a consignment of Hover boards imported from China this week. 118 more words

Tyndale Introduces Revolutionary HRC 4 Arc Suit

Tired of hot, bulky arc suits that slow you down? Want something that’s lightweight and comfortable with the same protective qualities? Tyndale has you covered! Our innovative, new Lightweight 40 Cal Arc Suit (M830Y & M820Y) is easy to slip on and off over your daily wear and offers a much more comfortable experience for the wearer: 177 more words

Flame Resistant Clothing

National Energy Board aims to improve response to whistleblowers

The National Energy Board is looking to shore up its training, policies and procedures related to whistleblowers, a change it says is part of a broader “new direction” within the organization. 511 more words


All About OSHA

What Is OSHA?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is a federal organization that is part of the United States Department of Labor, and makes sure that working conditions for men and women are both safe and healthy by creating and enforcing basic standards that employers must meet. 274 more words

Lighting Crew Safety Standards

Here’s a video of Dante showing you how we do lighting is a safe way. We hope you stay safe in whatever you do!

ALF Lighting

Restarted Kagoshima reactor churning out power after two-year hiatus -- The Japan Times

” KAGOSHIMA – Japan resumed using electricity generated by nuclear power Friday after a two-year hiatus, following the reactivation earlier this week of a reactor upgraded under tough new safety regulations. 436 more words

Reactor Restarts / Decommissioning

Japan's nuclear regulator says no repeat of Fukushima under new safety rules - media -- Reuters

” Japan’s nuclear regulator said an accident on the scale of the 2011 Fukushima disaster would not occur under new safety rules imposed on reactors such as Kyushu Electric Power’s Sendai No.1, set to be the first to restart since Fukushima, Japan’s Nikkei business daily reported on Saturday. 310 more words

Fukushima Daiichi