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    Safety+Health

    May 2016 cover -- Safety+Health magazine

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    May 2016

    Volume: 193
    Edition: 5

    Digital edition

    HOW IS SAFETY AFFECTED?

    2016 Job Outlook

    As safety pros change jobs, new challenges arise
    Across industries, workers are changing jobs more frequently than their parents and grandparents did. Safety+Health’s 2016 Job Outlook survey asked: How does job turnover among safety pros affect worker safety?
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    OSHA publishes final rule on silica

    Agency updates standard for first time since 1971
    OSHA announced on March 24 the release of a final rule intended to protect workers from respirable crystalline silica. The agency claims the rule will save more than 600 lives and prevent more than 900 cases of the lung disease silicosis per year, but critics argue the rule is unnecessary and compliance will be costly.
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    Editor's Note: Things change

    Safety+Health Editor Melissa Ruminski writes about the results of the 2016 Job Outlook survey, and says goodbye to two S+H staff members: Copy Editor Bryan O'Donnell and Senior Associate Editor Kyle W. Morrison.


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