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Does your employer have a policy on employee use of cell phones while driving?

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Oct 21, 2014
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CLEAR COMMUNICATION

OSHA, FCC workshop focuses on keeping communications tower workers safe

Oct 14, 2014
The telecommunications industry must ensure the clear communication of worker safety, just as it strives to provide clear wireless communication to the public. Read More
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INACCURATE DATA

BLS says recent injury, illness data may be inaccurate

Oct 10, 2014
Washington – As a result of unspecified data processing errors, recent injury and illness data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics may be inaccurate. Read More
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LATEST FROM OSHA

OSHA seeks dialogue on PELs, chemical exposures

Oct 09, 2014
Washington – OSHA would like to hear from stakeholders about how to prevent work-related illnesses caused by exposure to hazardous substances. Read More
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WORKERS' COMPENSATION

Returning to work

Sep 28, 2014
Workers' compensation costs are increasing nationwide, but experts say those costs – as well as fears on the part of injured workers – can be reduced with a well-designed return-to-work program. Read More
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CHEMICAL FACILITY SAFETY

Inherently Safer Design

Sep 28, 2014
After investigating a series of recent fires, explosions and toxic leaks at chemical plants, the Chemical Safety Board has emphasized the need for Inherently Safer Design. What does the term mean, and how can employers use the principles of ISD to create safer workplaces? Read More

Does your CEO 'Get it?'

Tell us why on the submission form and your CEO could appear among the 2016 selections.

Returning to work

Workers' compensation costs are increasing nationwide, but experts say those costs – as well as fears on the part of injured workers – can be reduced with a well-designed return-to-work program.

Inherently Safer Design

After investigating a series of recent fires, explosions and toxic leaks at chemical plants, the Chemical Safety Board has emphasized the need for Inherently Safer Design. What does the term mean, and how can employers use the principles of ISD to create safer workplaces?

Workplace violence in health care

Violence from patients, families and visitors is a common hazard for nurses and other health care workers. Although several states have recently strengthened penalties for assaults on health care personnel, worker advocates are calling for additional action.

Washington Update: Safe contracting

Employees working under federal contractors may find their workplaces getting safer, if a new Executive Order pans out the way some worker safety advocates hope.

Safety Leadership: Removing cognitive bias from safety decisions: Three steps

Why do good leaders sometimes make bad decisions?

All About You: Learning from mistakes

This month, veteran safety pro turned professional speaker Richard Hawk discusses how, although you cannot completely prevent mistakes in life, you can learn from them.
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Safety+Health Webinars

OSHA's Top 10: Present and past

December 01
This year’s presentation of the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA violations includes some comparisons with data from previous years.

Were Herbert William Heinrich’s theories valid? Do they still matter?

October 01
Safety professionals generally agree that Herbert William Heinrich had a significant impact on the practice of safety, but whether his influence was positive or negative remains a subject of debate.

25 steps to a safer office

June 01
A job where most of the work tasks are completed while sitting in a chair in a climate-controlled office building would seem less fraught with danger. However, a surprising number of hazards can be present in an office setting.