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  • Combustible dust
  • Construction industry
  • Confined space
  • Cranes and derricks
  • Ergonomics
  • Fall protection
  • General industry
  • Hazard communication
  • Infectious diseases
  • Inspections
  • Lockout/tagout
  • Nanotechnology
  • Occupational health
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Process safety
  • Recordkeeping and posting
  • Safety and health standards
  • State programs
  • Training
  • Workplace safety
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July 22, 2014
  • Nanotubes, Pesticides May Be IARC Priorities
  • House May Abandon Vote on OSHA Budget
  • Senate Bill Would Criminalize Concealment of Hazards
  • Unions Argue Player Safety Is Valid Bargaining Issue
  • NIOSH Seeks Input on Lockout/Tagout in Food Manufacturing
  • Dry Cleaning, Degreasing Pose Birth Defect, Cancer Risks
  • U.S., EU Fatality Rates Similar But Data Collection Differs
  • Drop in Child Farm Injuries May Be Related to Research
  • Slow-Moving Rulemakings Put Workers at Risk, PEER Says
  • Cost of Accidents Exposes Weakness of U.S. Standards
  • Advocates Question Exclusion Of Safety From Campaign
  • Fines Total $228,690 For Fall Protection Violations
  • SEIU Files Signed Cards for Home Health Workers' Vote
  • Degree of Control Is Key To Employee Status
  • All-Feed Back in Court; Settlement in Question
  • Blocked Exits Net Dollar Tree Fine Exceeding $175,000
  • Auto Parts Maker Cited AfterSubmitting False Documents
  • Ruling Could Hurt Union's Role in Improving Conditions
  • House Republicans Call for CSB Leadership Change
July 08, 2014
  • Power Line Rule Compliance Delayed
  • Bill Would Create Regulatory Review Panel
  • California Staffing Agency Bill Moves Through Senate
  • Criminal Charges Over Student's Lab Death Settled
  • Victims' Locations Confirm Issues of High-Hazard Facility Siting
  • Federal Research Funding Has Yielded Significant Gains
  • Undocumented Workers Not in Most Dangerous Jobs
  • CDC Anthrax Incident Shows Need for Safety Culture
  • House Members Demand Brunei Cease Abuses
  • Employers Must Protect Teens From Violence
  • Michaels Warns Employers About High-Heat Hazards
  • Bill Would Extend Safety, Health Protections to Workers
  • Massachusetts Retaliation Lawsuit Settled for $12,500
  • Vapor Exposure Sickness Draws Fines for Processor
  • Small Power Entities, Others Exempt From Inspections
  • Directive for Federal Worksites Unchanged From 2013
  • Sawmill fined $125,282 For Failure-to-Abate Violations
  • Efforts to Improve Safety, Health ‘Hit a Plateau,' Report Says
  • CSB Releases E-Mails; Chair May Survive Political Onslaught
June 24, 2014
  • Lawmakers Urge Safety Board Chair to Resign
  • Pyrophoric Gases Added to Flammable List
  • Virginia Seeks Comment On Steel Erection Safety
  • Edison Electric Institute Seeks Review of Power Line Rule
  • Exposure Limits Often Best Control for Some Chemicals
  • Self-Employed Construction Workers Face Higher Fall Risk
  • ‘Imminent Need' for Hearing On Child Tobacco Workers
  • Nanotech ‘Safer by Design' On Horizon, Researcher Says
  • Labeling, SDS Thresholds Have Changed Little, Silk Says
  • Rule Takes Step Forward With SBREFA Panel Request
  • Benefits of Four Major Rules Outweigh Costs, OIRA Reports
  • Employers to Be Responsible For Temp Agencies' Violations
  • Mid-Atlantic Tree Trimming Focus of Emphasis Program
  • Wisconsin Chemical Plant Cited 46 Times Since 2005
  • CSB's Wide Investigative Gap Is a Management Challenge
  • Standard Applies to Combustible Dust, DOL Says
  • Staffing Agency, Bottling Plant Fined for Worker Injury
  • ACUS Calls for Changes on Informal Talks, Preambles
  • Chemical Safety, Security Group Makes Its Recommendations
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