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by , on August 20, 2013
All federal agencies will be required to submit their injury and illness data to the Bureau of Labor Statistics every year, according to a final rule on record keeping announced on Aug. 2 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. “This change provides OSHA an opportunity to collect injury and illness data from all federal...
by , on August 19, 2013
A few thousand people had gathered around the 1,000-foot perimeter to watch the controlled demolition of a steam power plant owned by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. in  Bakersfield, California power plant when flying debris hit several spectators. One unidentified man sustained a severed leg injury while four other spectators were also injured. According to...
by , on August 19, 2013
July 30, 2013 National Safety Apparel 15825 Industrial Parkway Cleveland, OH 44135 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FR WorkWear For Her: “Comfortable yet stylish clothing designed by women for women” National Safety Apparel announces the newest additions to its expansive collection of Flame Resistant garments: FR WorkWear for Her. FR WorkWear for Her was created by women...
by , on August 16, 2013
A FAST-FOOD chain has been fined £12,000 after one of its employees was given an electric shock on the job. The shock occurred when the employee went to the lower level of the building and where flood water was electrically charged due to a live air conditioning unit on the ground that should have been...
by , on August 14, 2013
Warning: Article includes Graphic content that might be disturbing to viewers The Bangkok Post shares an interesting story about a young man who received severe injuries, resulting in three amputations, from a high-voltage electric shock. The article is a good reminder of the importance of
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