Tom Musick

Tom Musick

Former associate editor

ARTICLES

The new CSB

Following inner turmoil and amid new accusations of misconduct, the Chemical Safety Board moves forward with reforms
The Chemical Safety Board pushes through new reforms intended to bring its “house in order.” But the reforms follow a controversial appointment of the agency’s new leader. What’s in the board’s future?
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UNITING SAFETY CULTURES

Merge ahead

How can safety cultures blend after a merger or acquisition?
A merger or acquisition often means organizations must find a way to unite two safety cultures. The process presents challenges – and opportunities.
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Leading by example

Robert W. Campbell Award recipient Cummins Inc. puts safety at forefront
Cummins Inc. is the latest recipient of the Robert W. Campbell Award, presented annually to an organization that successfully integrates EHS management with business operations.
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Job Outlook 2015

Survey results indicate good market for safety pros
Safety+Health’s 2015 Job Outlook offers good news for occupational safety and health professionals: Most respondents to the survey reported that jobs are secure and opportunities are expanding.
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REMOTE WORK CHALLENGES

Working (safely) from home

Employers can take steps to help keep teleworkers safe
Telework can offer plenty of benefits for employers and employees alike. But how can companies promote safety for workers who are out of sight, working from a home office? Learn some tips from safety professionals, human resources directors and other telework experts.
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A THREAT FOR ALL DRIVERS

Drowsy driving & worker safety

Truckers and bus drivers aren’t the only workers at risk for driving while fatigued
Truck and bus drivers are not the only workers whose safety and health is threatened by drowsy driving, experts say. Many non-professional drivers in oil and gas, home health care, sales, shift work and other areas also could be put at risk. What can employers do to help?
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A DANGEROUS PROFESSION

Keeping linemen safe

Utility workers often face life-threatening hazards to get the job done
Utility linemen face a variety of on-the-job hazards. From high-voltage contact and confined spaces to working at height and exposure to inclement weather, what’s being done to promote a culture of safety within the industry?
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