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  • The 2017 CEOs Who 'Get It'
    Safety+Health presents the 2017 CEOs Who "Get It" – a group of seven leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health.
  • OSHA under Trump: A closer look
    Labor-law experts are predicting significant changes for worker safety regulation – including a stronger focus on compliance assistance – under the Trump administration.
  • OSHA releases final rule updating beryllium exposure limits
    OSHA has issued a long-awaited final rule lowering occupational exposure limits for beryllium, a lightweight metal used in various industries. Supporters of the rule say it's the result of an innovative collaboration between industry and labor.
  • Returning to work after a stroke
    Almost one-third of strokes occur in people younger than 65 – many of whom say they plan to return to work. To help stroke victims get back on the job, employers need to understand possible impairments and how workers can be accommodated, experts say.

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