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Safety And Security

More than 150 members join Coalition for Chemical Safety

February 4, 2010
WASHINGTON — More than 150 individuals and organizations have joined together as part of the Coalition for Chemical Safety — an organization dedicated to supporting reform to national chemical safety laws.
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Proposed EPA budget dedicates millions to chemical safety

February 2, 2010
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) budget proposed yesterday by the Obama Administration includes millions dedicated to chemical safety.
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P&G Pro launches Food Safety Solutions program

January 29, 2010
Cincinnati, OH — Procter & Gamble Professional announced the launch of a food safety program designed to reduce the risk of food-borne illnesses.
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Building to undergo extensive cleaning for anthrax

January 28, 2010
DURHAM, NH — The Waysmeet Center at the United Campus Ministry for the University of New Hampshire will undergo extensive cleaning after a woman was exposed to anthrax spores.
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Woman sues cleaning crew over slippery hospital floors

January 27, 2010
GALVESTON, TX — A woman who slipped on a reportedly wet floor mat has filed a $75,000 lawsuit against the cleaning company for the hospital.
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Tuesday's Ask the Experts: Safety glasses

January 26, 2010
JanSan expert answers to the toughest questions from inquiring industry professionals.
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Friday's Ask the Experts: Shelf life of diluted agents

January 22, 2010
JanSan expert answers to the toughest questions from inquiring industry professionals.
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Janitors protest Safeway's use of harsh cleaning chemicals

January 22, 2010
ROCKRIDGE, CA — A group of janitors joined protesters against the expansion of two Safeway locations to oppose the use of harsh cleaning chemicals at the stores.
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Moldy firehouse led to early retirement of two firefighters

January 22, 2010
ORLANDO, FL — Orlando officials say the city does not have the money to replace a fire station with mold problems so severe it has led to the early retirement of two firefighters.
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EPA: Companies can no longer claim chemical confidentiality

January 22, 2010
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it has overturned a policy that allowed companies to claim confidential business information when reporting potentially dangerous chemicals.
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