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  • What to expect when OSHA is inspecting
    The likelihood of receiving a visit from an OSHA inspector is slim. Still, experts – including former OSHA staffers – say having a plan in place goes a long way.
  • Bad vibrations
    For millions of workers, the effects of sustained on-the-job exposure to vibration – whether hand-arm or whole-body – may lead to various health problems.
  • Safety’s first step
    One of the biggest hurdles for teen workers is speaking up about potential hazards. “They’re trying to put their best foot forward and appear as adult and knowledgeable as possible,” one expert says.
  • Acosta fields questions about workplace violence, recordkeeping standards during House hearing
    Secretary of Labor R. Alexander Acosta made his first appearance before the House Education and Labor Committee at a May 1 hearing exploring his department’s “policies and priorities.”

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