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  • 2022 Job Outlook

    The results of our 2022 Job Outlook survey are in. Find out what occupational safety and health pros had to say about the current job market, and the impact of COVID-19 on the profession.
  • Keep aging workers safe on the job

    “We don’t want to suggest that older workers create the safety hazards, because it’s the job conditions that create the safety hazards,” says Chris Cain of CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training. “But we do see that the risks on the job do sometimes disproportionately affect aging workers.”
  • Protect workers when lightning strikes

    Lightning can strike with little or no warning. That’s why it can’t be ignored or taken lightly by employers or workers – particularly those who spend time outdoors.

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