With the recent swine flu scare, we’ve heard the plea once again for ill employees to stay home instead of spreading sickness at work. Now you can send the message anonymously, “Stay home when you’re sick,” specifically to those who ignore that advice.
OSHA is investigating an incident in Omaha, NE, in which a 17-year-old boy died after a forklift he was operating fell on top of him.
A new survey notes that 61% of North Americans haven’t had their hearing tested within the past five years.
You know OSHA will send inspectors to a facility when there is a fatality or multiple serious injuries. But chemicals leaks will also bring inspectors calling.
The owner and a manager of a roofing company in Santa Rosa, CA, will both go to jail after a pair of incidents involving employee falls through skylights. One employee died, the other was permanently disabled.
Companies face two new workplace health and safety rules: one on food flavorings, another on combustible dust.
Howard Leight Introduces QuietDoseTM: In-Ear Dosimetry Measures Noise Exposure in Real-Time to Help Prevent Workplace Hearing Loss SMITHFIELD, RHODE ISLAND, USA, May 5, 2009 – Howard Leight today officially introduced QuietDoseTM — the only personal dosimeter that measures and records a worker’s actual in-ear exposure to noise over an entire work shift. The introduction is […]
Just as people are being asked to stay home from non-essential work in Mexico to stop the spread of the swine flu, a pandemic in the U.S. might require similar steps.
3E Company Introduces Powerful Compliance Solution for Flavor, Food and Beverage Manufacturers ArielLogicTM for Food & Flavors offers centralized, instant access to critical, comprehensive and current regulatory information Sunday, May 03, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today introduced ArielLogic for Food & […]