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Workplace Safety News Roundup

Keeping track of new OSHA regulations and taking advantage of supplemental safety training and reading materials makes a big difference in the success of the programs you implement in your workplace. 398 more words

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Safety in the News

By Angela Unsworth

July has been an active month in the news world.  From new farm regulations to hover crafts on the move to spread awareness of work safety, check out this month’s Safety in the News features. 311 more words

Safety Blog

Those Stubborn Facts: Ignorantly Hyping Fair Trade Fashion

“Two years after a garment-factory collapse in Bangladesh killed more than 1,100 people and put a harsh spotlight on fashion-industry working conditions, Fair Trade apparel is gaining ground.” 79 more words

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Safety in the News

By Angela Unsworth

I went to the mountains a few weeks ago to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and upon my return had the misfortune to drive past the investigation scene of the gas-and-dash that took place on June 7. 244 more words

Safety Blog

Basic hazard assessments: What you need to know

By Elyse Nabata

A hazard is a situation, condition, or thing that may be dangerous to the health and safety of workers. A hazard assessment is the process of identifying hazards and ways to eliminate or control them. 436 more words

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Georgia companies accused of exposing workers to chemical, amputation dangers

Workers at Panolam Industries in Norcross were exposed to formaldehyde, hot oil pipes and flying chips and sparks, and they worked on assembly lines over or near holes in the floor, … 267 more words

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