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OSHA is initiating a national emphasis program on recordkeeping to assess the accuracy of injury and illness data recorded by employers.
Wilkins, a Zurn Company, is the first manufacturer of backflow preventers to meet new lead content requirements in California, which will go into effect January 1, 2010.
This program from Ferraz Shawmut is designed to help plant managers and MROs get control of their plant assets.
In Guangzhou, China, an unusual method is being employed to deter bridge jumping suicides: butter. The steel bridge in question has long been “popular” with jumpers, and officials have gone so far as to post security guards at both ends in order to thwart attempts–but to no avail.
This weeklong observance was established in 1922 to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire that occurred in 1871.
The states with an OSHA law already in effect are Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, and most recently, Missouri. The state of Nevada OSHA training law becomes effective January 1, 2010.
As winter approaches, this mat from Cozy Products is designed to protect against slip-and-fall accidents and workman’s compensation claims.
Western Michigan University (WMU) has set up a detailed map online that identifies the best routes for mobility and access to every building on its main campus.
OSHA is updating the references in its regulations to reflect more recent editions of the applicable national consensus standards that incorporate advances in technology.
ShieldMark’s glow-in-the-dark tape is three times brighter than its previous version.