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Production Begins at the World’s Largest Diamond Mine

Now under production, the Gahcho Kué will be the world’s largest diamond mine. The project is a joint venture between Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. and De Beers Canada Inc., and they expect to sell the mine’s first diamond by the end of 2016.

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Popcorn Lung Spreads to Workers in Different Industry: Coffee Roasters

In 2000, workers at a Midwest popcorn processing plant began showing symptoms of bronchiolitis obliterans, a lung disease now known as “popcorn lung” or “flavorings-related lung disease.” The disease is caused by exposure to diacetyl, a flavoring agent in microwave popcorn.

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Can Near-Miss Reporting Help Your Safety Program?

A near-miss reporting plan helps build a strong overall safety plan by reflecting on near misses and using the lessons learned to improve your company’s broader culture of safety, even when incidents don’t lead to injury.

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Columbus, Ohio Emerges as Smart City Challenge Winner

As a safety product supplier to US Departments of Transportation (USDOTs), Graphic Products would like to offer congratulations to the City of Columbus, Ohio for winning the Smart City Challenge. The national award was hosted by US DOT in tandem with Vulcan Inc. of Seattle.

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Could a Construction Labor Shortage Mean Cutting Corners on Safety?

Construction labor and subcontractor shortages are a reality in June 2016 as housing starts increase. Will this affect safety? As well as Compliance Assessment Services, Graphic Products offers a range of construction resources such as resources on crane safety and safety signage to keep sites safe.

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Is Your Workplace Prepared for Emergency Evacuations in the Dark?

While the Department of Energy (DOE) works to beef up power grids and make them more resilient, safety professionals and facility managers can shore up emergency evacuation areas with glow-in-the-dark visual communication methods so workers can quickly find their way outside.

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OSHA Updates Eye and Face Protection Standards

OSHA has published a rule that updates its eye and face personal protection requirements for general industry workers.

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The Force Can’t Protect Jedis From Workplace Hazards

HSE sues “Star Wars” production over safety violations.

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Safety Notes: The Importance of Safety Communication

Is your company cultivating a strong safety culture? It's important to cultivate and develop strong communication skills to ensure all employees hear and fully understand key messages.

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Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines

The Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines provide employers and workers with a sound, flexible framework for addressing safety issues in the workplace.