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Safety+Health cover, February 2014

February 2014

Volume: 189
Edition: 2

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2014 CEOs Who 'Get It'

The National Safety Council recognizes 10 leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health
The National Safety Council introduces the 2014 CEOs Who “Get It,” an annual recognition of leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to world-class safety.
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Select leading indicators to help measure safety
Experts say understanding how to select and use leading indicators can create a stronger safety culture. Safety+Health explores six leading indicators – as well as why the definition of a leading indicator is still under debate.
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Temporary structure, permanent safety

Help keep employees safe during all stages of scaffolding work
Scaffolding continues to occupy a spot on OSHA’s yearly Top 10 list of most-cited violations. Experts say the structures must be treated with respect and caution from the time they’re being constructed to when they’re put to use.
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Fit to fly

New requirements aim to make pilots more prepared, less fatigued
The Federal Aviation Administration recently updated its requirements for commercial pilot qualification and training. But new scheduling requirements aimed at reducing fatigue have some pilot associations, safety advocates and lawmakers questioning why cargo pilots have been excluded.
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State Spotlight: OSHA Region 1

A region-by-region look at injury statistics

Safety+Health takes a region-by-region look at injury statistics, beginning this month with OSHA Region 1. Read a listing of the region's emphasis programs and fatality and injury counts by state.

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