Safety

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Judge Upholds "'Midnight Rider"' Citation

Citations were issued following the death of Sarah Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant.

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Last Line of Defense

Flame retardant coveralls only work if workers put them on before approaching the electrical circuit.

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Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security

The small town of West, Texas, will never be the same after April 17, 2013, when the community was deeply shaken by a powerful explosion at the West Fertilizer Co.

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Respiratory Health Toolkit

OSHA and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) released the Hospital Respiratory Protection Toolkit, a resource for health care employers to use to protect hospital staff from respiratory hazards.

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Mine Safety & Health Report

Miners are making significant safety strides, decreasing fatalities over the last 35 years, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).

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High Voltage: Farmhand Survives Electric Shock

Curtis Weber is from a monochromatic landscape where the Canadian sky blends into the rolling fields, where the horizon is only interrupted by grain silos and round bales of hay. As a 17-year-old, he knew the fields well.

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Electrical Safety for Humans

There are hundreds of detailed resources on electrical safety. Most of them are written by (and for) electricians. But electricity is a part of daily life for everybody. Normal humans need to know what’s going on, too!

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Minor Machine Injuries Are Indicative of Larger Safety Issues

Furniture giants Ashley Furniture Industries has been at the helm of machine safety conversations since OSHA fined the company $1.76M in February.

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Five Safety Lessons Learned from the Demise of Titanic

Disasters and emergencies happen daily. However, we can learn from those mistakes and move forward for improved safety.

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Human Fireball

A Kansas breeze rattles Brad Livingston. A simple billow unsettles the retired laborer from Colorado Interstate Gas, when recalling a day unlike any other.