A look at falls, slips, and trips in the construction industry : The Economics Daily: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

A look at falls, slips, and trips in the construction industry MAY 04, 2022 The National Safety Stand-Down To Prevent Falls in Construction runs from May 2 through May 6 and highlights fall hazards and fall prevention in the construction industry. In 2020, more than 1 in 5 workplace deaths occurred in the construction industry. Just over … Continue reading A look at falls, slips, and trips in the construction industry : The Economics Daily: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Why workplace harassment and bullying is a safety issue | Canadian Occupational Safety

Failure to address issue is akin to death by a thousand cuts, specialist tells COS — Read on http://www.thesafetymag.com/ca/topics/violence-and-harassment/why-workplace-harassment-and-bullying-is-a-safety-issue/405978

Bob Lillibridge Meets the Boiler Ghost

Revised 5/14/2022 This is a repost of a story that was Posted on January 21, 2012.  I rewrote it slightly and added a story to the bottom of it. When…Bob Lillibridge Meets the Boiler Ghost

Opportunity

Great podcast! Well worth listening to.

Phil La Duke's Blog

When opportunity knocks at my door it better have a warrant. Here is the video podcast which has no video because after one look at me they decided it would hurt circulation

http://safetyjusticeleague.net/the-podcast

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US Department of Labor cites Continental Tire plant for multiple safety violations after 3 workers suffer severe injuries on consecutive days | U.S. Department of Labor

US Department of Labor cites Continental Tire plant for multiple safety violations after 3 workers suffer severe injuries on consecutive days | U.S. Department of Labor — Read on http://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/osha/osha20220513

The Plot to Keep Meatpacking Plants Open During COVID-19 — ProPublica

Newly released documents reveal that the meatpacking industry’s callousness toward the health of its workers and its influence over the Trump administration were far greater than previously known. — Read on http://www.propublica.org/article/documents-covid-meatpacking-tyson-smithfield-trump

New Climate Maps Show a Transformed United States | ProPublica

New Climate Maps Show a Transformed United States | ProPublica — Read on projects.propublica.org/climate-migration/

The Most Detailed Map of Cancer-Causing Industrial Air Pollution in the U.S. | ProPublica

The Most Detailed Map of Cancer-Causing Industrial Air Pollution in the U.S. | ProPublica — Read on projects.propublica.org/toxmap/

In the Face of Despair – by Dan Rather and Elliot Kirschner

I can feel the dread, the despair, the fear, the anguish, and the yearning. I hear it in questions I get from family and friends. I read it in the comments posted here and elsewhere online. And I have been around long enough to sense it in the tenor and trembles of our fraught moment. … Continue reading In the Face of Despair – by Dan Rather and Elliot Kirschner

US Department of Labor emphasis program to prevent hearing loss moves to enforcement phase begins May 17 | U.S. Department of Labor

US Department of Labor emphasis program to prevent hearing loss moves to enforcement phase begins May 17 | U.S. Department of Labor — Read on http://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/osha/osha20220510

US Department of Labor reminds Southwest employers that workers need protection from the dangers of heat illness | U.S. Department of Labor

US Department of Labor reminds Southwest employers that workers need protection from the dangers of heat illness | U.S. Department of Labor — Read on http://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/osha/osha20220511

Serial violator: South Dakota contractor faces serious and willful citations following 2 separate inspections for workers in unprotected trenches | U.S. Department of Labor

Serial violator: South Dakota contractor faces serious and willful citations following 2 separate inspections for workers in unprotected trenches | U.S. Department of Labor — Read on http://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/osha/osha20220511-0