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  • Rising Stars of Safety, Class of 2019
    The National Safety Council announces the “Rising Stars of Safety” – safety professionals younger than 40 who have distinguished themselves in the workplace, and who inspire others.
  • Waking up to the risks of workplace fatigue
    The failure to prioritize rest is a growing concern – and taking a toll on U.S. workers. “Most employers underestimate how little sleep deprivation is necessary to result in detrimental outcomes,” one expert says.
  • ‘You can do the impossible when you set your mind to it’
    A Q&A with National Safety Council President and CEO Lorraine M. Martin. (Bonus: Watch a video of the interview.)
  • Succession planning for safety
    Some 75% of respondents to Safety+Health’s 2019 Job Outlook say their employers don’t have a succession plan for the safety and health function. How can employers begin the process?

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