OSHA Reminds Employers to Protect Workers from Carbon Monoxide

WASHINGTON, January 28, 2013 –– With the arrival of cold weather, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is reminding employers to take necessary precautions to protect workers from the serious, and sometimes fatal, effects of carbon monoxide exposure. Recently, a worker in a New England warehouse was found unconscious and seizing, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. Several other workers at the …

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John Deere Recalls Gator Utility Vehicles Due to Fire Hazard

Washington, DC, January 10, 2013 — The following product safety recall was voluntarily conducted by the firm in cooperation with the CPSC. Consumers should stop using the product immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Name of Product: Utility Vehicles Units: About 4,650 Manufacturer: Deere & Company of Moline, Ill. Hazard: The fuel line can …

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American Society of Safety Engineers Continues Efforts to Prevent Construction Falls, Fatalities with Revised A10.32 Standard

DES PLAINES, IL (January 14, 2013) – In continuation of its support of nationwide efforts to prevent worker falls and fatalities on construction sites worldwide, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has announced the ANSI/ASSE A10.32 Standard – ‘Personal Fall Protection for Use in Construction and Demolition Operations’ has been revised and will be released January 14th.The release of the …

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Beyond Safety Conference and Expo Set for Feb 19-20

Merrillville, Ind., — Join over 500 safety professionals at the Beyond Safety Conference & Expo to be held February 19-20, 2013 at the Radisson in Merrillville, IN. Safety professionals from around the Midwest will be attending the 3rd annual Beyond Safety Conference & Expo at the Radisson Star Plaza located in Merrillville, Indiana. The two-day affair is presented by Northwest Indiana …

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Provided “Quality” services to Roche Diagnostics in addition to owner contractor safety services

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Provided “Environmental” services to AEP in addition to owner contractor safety services

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CCTV Footage Shows Moment Oil Drum Exploding

      THIS is the terrifying moment when an oil drum exploded and left an Ipswich (Suffolk, England) man unconscious for five days and suffering from severe injuries. The man made a good recovery.

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How to Implement an Effective Drug Testing Program

Jordan Hollingsworth, MS, ASP, CHST, CHSP, CRIS® Safety Advisor, Design and Construction Impaired employees are a danger to themselves and everyone else on your job site. Drug and alcohol abuse are frequent factors in workplace injuries, and often, the impaired employee isn’t the only one who comes away with an injury. Even when accidents don’t occur, employees who are working while …

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Safely Working Around Concrete

By Safety Management Group Stroll around the ancient structures in cities such as Rome, and you may notice something very familiar to today’s construction crews. Many of those historic structures were created from concrete. The earlyr builders needed a durable material that could be used to create blocks and shapes more easily than carving from stone. Along the way, someone …

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Central Indiana ASSE Helps Victims of Hurricane Sandy

Indianapolis, Ind., January 9, 2012 — The Central Indiana Chapter of ASSE, in order to assist with the recovery efforts following Hurricane Sandy, has sent a donation in the amount of $2000 to the ASSE Foundation to be used for the ASSE’s “Sandy PPE Fund.” This donation will be used to provide much needed personal protection equipment (PPE) such as N95 …

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