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Editor's Note: Is it fair?

The Safety+Health editorial staff is fortunate to work only steps away from the National Safety Council Library and its helpful staff. In addition to a large collection of current materials, the library houses much of the council’s history, and the librarians occasionally share with me NSC documents they believe I’ll find interesting or entertaining.


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Editor's Note: Hoping for a ‘win-win’

A few years ago, when Safety+Health published an article about what some employers are doing to accommodate aging workers, I shared in this column the story of a relative by marriage who has worked most of his adult life in a manufacturing plant, and the toll the physical labor has taken on his body.


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Editor's Note: We appreciate your time

I frequently fill out surveys because, as the editor of a magazine, I know how valuable the data can be. As you’ve likely noticed, Safety+Health emails various surveys throughout the year. Every time we send one out, we’re keenly aware that we’re asking you to take time away from your job. But the information you provide is extremely useful.
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Editor's Note: Whose fine?

Back in 2010, the Canadian province of Nova Scotia announced a penalty system that would allow the government to issue fines to workers and front-line supervisors for safety violations. The move seemed so controversial that I assigned a member of the Safety+Health editorial team to track the story as it progressed.
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