NYPD Helicopter Video of 9/11 Attack Surfaces

A newly released video shows the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attack from the vantage point of a NYPD helicopter. According to Gawker, the National Institute of Standards and Technology requested the 17-minute video through the Freedom of Information Act, and the video was sent anonymously to the secret-sharing website Cryptome, which posted it. The … Continue reading NYPD Helicopter Video of 9/11 Attack Surfaces

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Don’t Miss These Chicago Area National Safety Council Safety Training Opportunities

The safety training you want, where you need it!  Whether you're looking to stay compliant, incorporate best safety practices or advance your safety career, your National Safety Council® Chapter has you covered. Get the training you need - and get it close to home. Check dates in your area and register online call toll free: … Continue reading Don’t Miss These Chicago Area National Safety Council Safety Training Opportunities

Q & A – OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements: Recordable Injury or Not?

Q. If an employee is seen by a doctor and the only treatment was administering oxygen, would this be recordable under OSHA's record keeping requirements? A. Administering oxygen is considered medical treatment and therefore, is recordable. Q. Do you have to record unconsciousness that is a result of a preexisting illness such a diabetes or … Continue reading Q & A – OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements: Recordable Injury or Not?