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  • Focus On: Youth Worker Safety

    According to the Centers for Disease Control, the incidence rate for non-fatal injuries for workers, ages 16–19, was 110.3 per 10,000 and 99.3 per 10,000 for workers, ages 20–24 in 2018. Due to youth workers’ inexperience, young (16–24) workers have high rates of job-related injuries. Employers that heed child labor laws, adequately train their young […]

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  • Trainer Toolbox November 2020

    Final Rule on Cranes and Derricks Used in Railroad Roadway Work OSHA and the Food and Drug Administration Checklist OSHA Signs Alliance with the North American Meat Institute  OSHA Outreach Trainer Contact Information Extension for OSHA Outreach Training Alternative Training Methods     Final Rule on Cranes and Derricks Used in Railroad Roadway Work The […]

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  • MNC Network Webinar Series: OSHA Guidance During Covid-19

    Pandemic illness may present an on-going threat to your company. Understanding how to maintain normal business operations while ensuring worker protection from the spread of illness is critical. Join us as we take a look at some of OSHA’s guidance as it relates to infectious disease and workplace safety. This webinar will be presented by […]

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  • Trainer Toolbox March 2020

    Eliminating Amputation Hazards OSHA Issues Corrections to Standards Trenching and Excavation Safety   Eliminating Amputation Hazards The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) cites more than 20,000 American workers experience injuries involving amputation every year. According to OSHA, amputations rank in the top three serious workplace injuries. Losing a limb can result in the inability to […]

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  • MESHage…Getting Better With Age. Well, Maybe Not the Knees.

    My daughter’s 18th birthday was last week and while she was blowing out the candles, all I could think was that in the eyes of the law, she is now officially an “adult,” with all the associated rights and privileges. My baby girl no longer needs her mama. She can march right on into Walgreens […]

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  • Trainer Toolbox for January 2020

    Radiation Safety. Understanding OSHA Inspections. Protecting Workers’ Hearing. Revision to OSHA’s Beryllium Standards.   Radiation Safety The negative health effects of long-term radiation exposure have been widely known. Radiation can cause damage to your DNA and cells which could result in deterministic and stochastic health effects. Fortunately, OSHA maintains a Radiation Safety webpage. The webpage […]

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  • Focus On…Practical Workplace Safety Apps

    2020 sounds so futuristic and when you think about it, technology has come a long way from what it was 30 years ago. We have Amazon’s Alexa to help us control our home’s electronics, and touch screen tablets that were only figments of sci-fi imagination 30 years ago. We also have useful apps that can […]

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  • Trainer Toolbox for September 2019

    New OSHA Resources Offer Solution To Common Safety Hazards OSHA Publishes Webpage On Measles Prevention Cautionary Tale: Maine Roofing Contractor Fined and Indicted for Manslaughter After Workplace Fall OSHA Grantees Offer Online Training Programs on Fall Prevention Emergency Preparedness MESH (EP-MESH) 502/503 Reminder   New OSHA Resources Offer Solution To Common Safety Hazards The new […]

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