Recognizing and knowing how to avoid the OSHA Focus Four Hazards may be the most important thing you learn in your OSHA training courses. These “Fatal Four” are the four most common causes of fatalities in the workplace.To help highlight the importance of recognizing these dangers and having clear workplace safety procedures to avoid them, we’ve put this information into an easy-to-use Infographic. 20 more words
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Workplace deaths rose in 2016 in Umatilla County and the state (East Oregonian, 4/27/2017)
Workplace fatalities in Oregon (annual) Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services
Four people died on the job in Umatilla County in 2016 compared to one in 2015, according to preliminary data from the state. Workplace deaths statewide also rose during that span, from 41 to 61. 63 more words
Alberta is putting new rules in place to improve the investigation of deaths and serious injuries in the workplace.
Labour Minister Christina Gray says the province has signed a memorandum of understanding with 10 police services. 141 more words
As the provincial economy geared down last year, the number of Albertans who died on the job still went up, with workplace fatalities jumping 15 per cent. 960 more words