OSHA Pushing For A Safe Black Friday

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In preparation for what could be the biggest shopping day in American retail history, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is encouraging retail employees to take the necessary precautions to prevent workplace injuries during Black Friday. As Black Friday begins to rapidly approach, many retailers are focused on any last … Read moreOSHA Pushing For A Safe Black Friday

Top 10 Causes of Disabling Injuries in 2010

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According to the 2012 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, the most disabling workplace injuries and illnesses in 2010 amounted to $51.1 billion in direct US workers compensation costs. The annual Workplace Safety Index uses information from Liberty Mutual workers compensation insurance claims, the US bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and the National Academy of Social … Read moreTop 10 Causes of Disabling Injuries in 2010

OSHA Proposes New Rule

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OSHA Believes More Timely Data Will Help All On November 7, 2013, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officially announced that they have proposed a rule that would improve how workplace injuries and illnesses are tracked. The announcement came shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual Occupational Injuries and Illnesses report. … Read moreOSHA Proposes New Rule

Floor Tape Helps Boost Safety In Auto Shop

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Safety is always a concern when working with dangerous equipment and machinery, especially when it involves students in a training program. The auto repair shop at Portland Community College, located just south of Portland, Oregon, is not only a fully functioning auto repair shop, but also a training facility for students to earn a degree … Read moreFloor Tape Helps Boost Safety In Auto Shop