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    February 2016

    Volume: 193
    Edition: 2

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    SAFETY LEADERSHIP

    2016 CEOs Who 'Get It'

    The National Safety Council recognizes seven leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health
    Safety+Health presents Q&As with seven leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health.
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    TOUGH, BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE

    The one-person safety team

    Three professionals share their experiences of being the only dedicated safety pro onsite
    In some organizations, the safety team consists of one person. What challenges does this create? How does a safety professional avoid feeling isolated and keep up with important trends when he or she is all alone? Three safety pros weigh in.
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    EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL

    Combustible dust: Small particles, big hazard

    OSHA is in the early stages of the rulemaking process, so where can employers find guidance right now?
    The Chemical Safety Board has been urging OSHA to promulgate a general industry standard for combustible dust since 2006. But where can facilities look for guidance right now?
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    MOST COMMON CAUSE OF DISABILITY

    Working with arthritis

    Employees may have limitations, but accommodations can help
    Workers with arthritis often experience symptoms such as pain, stiffness and fatigue. But experts say accommodations from employers can help people with arthritis stay on the job.
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