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Safety And Security

New safe floor program announced

CINCINNATI — Cintas Corporation has launched a new comprehensive Safe Floor Program designed specifically for the food service industry.
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Bear repellent hospitalizes housekeeper

SALT LAKE CITY — A Marriott Hotel housekeeper was hospitalized after a can of bear repellent was struck by her custodial cart, causing it to discharge.
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OSHA extends comment period

WASHINGTON — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has extended the comment period on proposed revisions to the occupational injury and illness tracking and reporting requirements.
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Chemical mixing sparks massive fire

WAXAHACHIE, TX — Workers mixing chemicals is thought to be the cause of a massive plant fire that caused the evacuation of nearby residents.
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Industry prepares for major TSCA shake-up

WASHINGTON — Last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made significant changes to its Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), increasing reporting responsibilities under the newly named Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) rule.
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Proper chemical usage stressed following flooding

BINGHAMTON, NY — Following the historic flooding in the past few weeks, the Broome County Health Department has issued pointers for proper chemical use when remediating flooded structures.
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Window cleaner survives fall

NEW YORK — A window cleaner has miraculously survived a 40-foot fall down an airshaft between two Lower Manhattan buildings.
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Custodian stuck in elevator

NAUGATUCK, CT — An elevator in Naugatuck High School malfunctioned on Wednesday, trapping a custodian inside.
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Grainger and the Red Cross present emergency preparedness tips

CHICAGO — September is National Preparedness Month and a perfect time to reflect on the importance of preparedness.
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Floor Safety Can Help Grow Business

Is your operation proactive or reactive when it comes to floor safety?
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