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NIOSH releases training curriculum to help home healthcare workers stay safe

NIOSH releases training curriculum to help home healthcare workers stay safe

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has released a web-based training curriculum to assist home healthcare agencies and workers in learning and recognizing hazards which are commonly…

National Safety Council survey shows high risk industries do not prioritize safety

National Safety Council survey shows high risk industries do not prioritize safety

The results of a National Safety Council survey show one third of American workers believe their employers prioritize productivity over safety. According to the survey, 33% of the 2,000 employees…

Worker fatally injured in Plainfield industrial incident

Worker fatally injured in Plainfield industrial incident

A man died Thursday morning after becoming trapped in an industrial machine in Willy County. Police were called to the workplace incident at Plainfield shortly before 2:00am. Authorities said the…

More than 5.5 million American workers using e-cigarettes

More than 5.5 million American workers using e-cigarettes

A new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed that around 5.5 million workers in the United States are using e-cigarettes. The highest e-cigarette use prevalence…

Stakeholder meeting to be held to discuss safety of workers conducting tree care operations

Stakeholder meeting to be held to discuss safety of workers conducting tree care operations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will conduct a stakeholder meeting on July 13, 2016 in Washington, D.C. to discuss and collect information on hazards associated with tree care operations….

OSHA, Cleveland Safety Forum renew alliance to protect workers

OSHA, Cleveland Safety Forum renew alliance to protect workers

OSHA and the Cleveland Safety Forum have renewed an alliance to raise awareness of workplace safety issues by training workers about job-related hazards. The alliance continues the joint effort to…

Man dies in hospital after workplace incident

Man dies in hospital after workplace incident

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is investigating after a man died in a workplace incident in Allentown. The man, aged in his 50s, was working at a steel…

OSHA to hold training event to help improve federal worker safety and health

OSHA to hold training event to help improve federal worker safety and health

OSHA will hold a three-day training event in Illinois August 2 – 4, 2016, to provide workers with information on how to provide safe and healthful workplaces for federal employees….

Police supply facility cited for exposing workers to hazardous levels of lead

Police supply facility cited for exposing workers to hazardous levels of lead

A firing range and police supply facility in Lafayette in Los Angeles has been cited for exposing workers to hazardous levels of lead from spent ammonium rounds with proposed penalties…

Maze Runner production team failed to ensure safety of actor injured on the set

Maze Runner production team failed to ensure safety of actor injured on the set

B.C.’s workplace safety agency says the production team of the Maze Runner sequel failed to ensure the safety of actor Dylan O’Brien who suffered serious injuries while filming in March….


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