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Safety And Security

Arch Chemicals' safety hits OSHA landmark

CLEVELAND, OH — ARCH Chemicals Inc. celebrated an entire year of zero OSHA-recordable injuries at the plant in Charleston in July.
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Maintenance man injured in blast

MUSCLE SHOALS, AL — A maintenance worker spraying paint primer under new cabinets at an apartment complex was injured Monday when a pilot light ignited the fumes.
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OR-OSHA announces 2010 Workers' Memorial Scholarships

SALEM, OR — Oregon OSHA announced four 2010 Workers'' Memorial Scholarships will be presented this year.
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Spartan receives 2010 Leadership in Safety Award

MAUMEE, OH — CNA, the insurance company that covers Spartan''s physical facility, presented Spartan with their prestigious Leadership in Safety Award.
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Inaugural 'Weathering the Storm' program held

CHICAGO — Inaugural two-and-a-half day intensive seminar specifically designed to give restorers the tools they need to successfully market to commercial targets completed its session on July 15.
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Three workers indicted for asbestos remediation

BELLEVILLE, MI — In a case of asbestos remediation crossing state boundaries to create hazards for human health, one man from Calverton, New York stands accused of improperly removing asbestos from a Michigan apartment building
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Sodexo fined for serious safety hazards

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ — The agency responsible for enforcing standards for workplace safety and health has cited Sodexo for violations of nine separate safety hazards.
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Maintenance man crushed to death

NIAGARA FALLS, NY — A maintenance man at a prominent Western New York office building was crushed to death after falling into a trash compactor.
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Brazen robber shoots maintenance man

MIAMI, FL — A maintenance worker is recovering after a man robbed him of his chain and shot him.
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Study links breast cancer to cleaning products

WASHINGTON — The regular use of basic cleaning products may double the risk of women developing breast cancer.
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