Nuclear Safety: What is America Doing?

NATION WITHOUT NUCLEAR: The crisis in Japan has focused U.S. attention on nuclear power and its discontents. What would happen if the nation took these concerns to their logical extreme: Could the nation simply do away with nuclear? Nowhere is that question more relevant than it is in Vermont. That state gets one-third of its … Continue reading Nuclear Safety: What is America Doing?

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Fire Prevention News: Weekly Roundup – March29, 2011

Selected Fire Prevention related articles appearing in the past week from scores of e-sources in the news media. Updated each Monday morning.   Campaigns / Other Fire Prevention Efforts Campus Fire Safety CO Detectors Inspections/Code enforcement Smoke Alarms Sprinklers Wildland Fire Safety Other Fire Safety News Saves International News Links to Fire Prevention-related news articles … Continue reading Fire Prevention News: Weekly Roundup – March29, 2011

OSHA Offers Teleconferences to Small Business on Proposed Changes to OSHA 300 Log – April 11th & 12th

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is looking for your feedback on plans to alter the 300 Log, a form containing details on workplace injuries and illnesses that must be completed by most U.S. businesses on a regular basis. OSHA wants to restore a column to the log that would require employers to enter … Continue reading OSHA Offers Teleconferences to Small Business on Proposed Changes to OSHA 300 Log – April 11th & 12th