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Safety And Security

OSHA review looks at protecting workers

May 24, 2010
TULSA, OK — OSHA to conduct a review of their Bloodborne Pathogens standard.
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OSHA begins cracking down

May 20, 2010
WASHINGTON — Pushing a bit harder at the constraints of its administrative authority, OSHA announced a new enforcement policy for employers.
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Proposed legislation could be breakthrough for window cleaners

May 19, 2010
ST. PAUL, MN — Rep. Jim Davnie has introduced legislation aimed at reducing deaths in the state''s window cleaning industry.
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OSHA cites Jersey City firm with 36 violations

May 18, 2010
JERSEY CITY — A Jersey City manufacturer has been cited for three dozen violations and fined nearly $160,000 by OSHA.
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Lead Handling Certification Offered

May 17, 2010
ANSONIA, CT — A new law went into effect in April that dramatically changes the game for contractors of every kind who are hired to renovate older homes.
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Federal Trade Commission could rewrite marketing guidelines

May 17, 2010
ST. LOUIS — When research chemist Kevin Tibbs wants to demonstrate the safety of his St. Louis company''s home-cleaning products in person, he opens his mouth wide and sprays some inside.
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OSHA focuses on housekeeper injuries

May 14, 2010
HOUSTON, TX — As service workers go, hotel employees — and especially housekeepers — have higher rates of on-the-job injuries.
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OSHA proposes significant fines against company

May 14, 2010
FORTH WORTH, TX — OSHA has cited Grapevine-based Fore Machine Co. for failing to adequately protect employees from potentially harmful exposure to lead.
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Avoiding carpet cleaners who are unethical

May 14, 2010
WASHINGTON — Carpet cleaning is one of the most competitive service in the market today.
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Four injured in combustible dust explosion

April 30, 2010
CHESTER, IL — Following the explosion, crews pumped water into the ConAgra grain silo throughout the night to ensure that the dust did not ignite again.
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