FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 16, 2009 CONTACT: Greta Houlahan Phone: 734-913-5723 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NSF Offers Certification for Low Lead Plumbing Products to Support New State Requirements Kohler, Moen and Price Pfister Become First Faucet Companies Certified by NSF to Demonstrate Compliance with New Lead Regulations ANN ARBOR, Mich. – NSF International, a not-for-profit, public health […]
They may not say it aloud, but you know one of the primary reasons some employees don’t follow safety rules is because they think, “It won’t happen to me.”
For Immediate Release Morris Material Handling, Inc., Conducts Extensive Portal Crane Inspections OAKCREEK, WI (March 25, 2009)-Morris Material Handling, Inc., the original equipment manufacturer of P&H® cranes, hoists, and replacement parts, offers on-site portal crane inspections as a crucial, proactive step in portal crane care. The Portal Crane Inspection Program from Morris Material Handling promotes […]
Five online videos produced by the Ontario, Canada Workplace Safety and Insurance Board emphasize that “there really are no accidents.”
3E Company Introduces Global Chemical Incident Response Hotline Service Service offers single point-of-contact for reliable 24-7-365 international hotline infrastructure to aid chemical product stewardship Monday, March 23, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced the availability of its new Global Chemical Incident […]
March 24, 2009 BRADY launches LOCKOUT PROTM 3 Graphical Procedure Writing Software, the industry’s first lockout tagout procedure writing service available as a web based application. Lower initial costs and internet accessibility make it easy to create and implement an OSHA compliant hazardous energy control lockout program. Milwaukee, WI- BRADY launches LOCKOUT PROTM 3 Graphical […]
Who has more work during the down economy? A lawyer who represents people injured on the job expects he may be getting more work.
Three employees suffered serious injuries in an explosion in Pasadena, CA, that ripped apart a delivery truck fueled by compressed natural gas.
In this age of Facebook and MySpace, some employers are requiring workers to sign agreements that they won’t speak out against the company in public. Does that stifle employee concerns about workplace safety?