Safety and OSHA News

Feds offer tips on managing fatigue during coronavirus pandemic

While fatigue has been an ongoing safety problem, the coronavirus has made it even more problematic in critical industries remaining operational, so the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is providing tips on managing it during the pandemic. [Read more…]

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Could coronavirus lead to workers’ comp claims? Experts say ‘yes’

As the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak continues in the U.S., employers are being confronted with the possibility of facing workers’ comp claims from employees who either contracted the virus at work or during work-related travel.  [Read more…]

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What OSHA has to say about Ebola

OSHA says a collection of its existing standards apply to keeping employees who may come in contact with the Ebola virus safe.  [Read more…]

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New study links lack of sleep, pain, ability to perform work tasks

How does a lack of sleep affect pain, and how does that pain, in turn, affect the ability to perform work tasks? New research has an answer to that question. [Read more…]

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