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BLS, OSHA Report: Fatal Work Injuries Continue to Increase

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, 5,190 U.S. workers died on the job in 2016. Effective visual communication and safety resources can help lower the number of fatal work injuries and fatalities.

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MSHA Announces Winter Alert Campaign

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has started its annual winter alert campaign. The agency reminds miners and mine operators of the increased hazards that colder weather creates. Signs and labels provide a layer of safety when working in cold environments.

Pioneering Personnel

A Talk with Oregon OSHA

Aaron Corvin is the Department of Consumer and Business Services Oregon OSHA Public Information Officer, located in Graphic Products’ home state of Oregon. We sat down with Corvin to chat about Oregon’s most cited OSHA standards and an informative video on what to expect in an OSHA inspection.

Pioneering Personnel

Oil Rig Manager Talks Mastering Safety Challenges

It's a safety manager's job to help keep workers informed and well trained. Anyone who works on an oil rig, from roustabouts to drillers, needs to be constantly up to speed on best practices and safety. It is up to oil rig managers to help ensure smooth operations through leadership.

News and Trends

OSHA Issues Confined Spaces in Construction Standard Guide

OSHA has published a new training resource to help small businesses comply with the 2015 Confined Spaces in Construction Standard.

Safety

Our Best Content of 2017

We list our Top 10 Content pieces for 2017. See what made the list.

Safety

Communication Tower Safety Involves Many

In the past 30 years, there has been a rampant addition in communication towers for 911 services, cell phones, electricity transmission, and more. There is a need for added safety and communication for workers as technology on these giant towers change to include more high-tech data collecting.

Safety

Visual Aids Bolster Bollard Post Safety

Whether used as a means to direct traffic, deter vehicle intrusions, and to protect people and structures, bollards act as visual guides, reminding drivers to drive safely and responsibly in areas near schools, government buildings, and industrial warehouses and shipping yards.

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OSHA Extends Deadline for Reporting Injury, Illness Data

OSHA's Injury Tracking Application (ITA) is accessible online, where employers can provide their 2016 OSHA Form 300A information. The date by which certain employers are required to submit the information from their completed 2016 Form 300A to OSHA has been extended to December 15, 2017.

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Space, The Next Mining Frontier

Mining industry leaders say they attribute recent improvements in safety goals to technology, a united approach to safety, and corporate culture for strengthening safety programs. As the future of the mining industry explores possibilities beyond Earth, the main risks and dangers of mining remain.