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Safety And Security

Officials participate in emergency response exercises

CHATHAM, MA — Public health officials from multiple counties stage exercise in emergency response preparedness.
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Top cause of groundskeeper fatalities revealed

ATLANTA — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Review recently revealed that the top cause of groundskeeper fatalities are transportation accidents and tree work.
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OSHA turns 40

WASHINGTON — April 28 not only marks Workers'' Memorial Day and World Day for Safety and Health at Work, but it also marks OSHA''s 40th birthday.
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Custodians hospitalized

MERCED, CA — After a chemical spill at UC Merced, four custodians were taken to a local hospital for observation.
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April 18 is National Stress Reduction Day

FREMONT, OH — Today is National Stress Reduction Day, and for many Americans, it couldn''t come soon enough.
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First-aid Kit

Armchem International Introduces a new wall-mounted first-aid kit that comes stocked exclusively for the maintenance professional. Super stick industrial bandages, eyewash and more than 200 other U.S. Occupational Safety and
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Hotel cited over lack of safety

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The Hyatt Regency Indianapolis hotel is facing fines for citations by state Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspectors.
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Window washer electrocuted

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA — A window washer was electrocuted Tuesday when he accidentally touched overhead power lines with a metal pole.
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Ohio hospitals work to increase patient safety

OHIO — Ohio hospitals were recently honored for their Solutions for Patient Safety Initiative.
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Janitorial company settles civil suit

SANTA ANA, CA — A janitorial company has settled a civil suit with an injured former UPS worker.
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