OSHA Publishes Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard Fact Sheet

When workers cut, grind, or drill materials that contain crystalline silica like stone, artificial stone, and industrial sand, they can be exposed to very small silica dust particles. These tiny particles are respirable and can travel deep into the...Read Full Article

Reminding Workers About Dangers of Lead Exposure to Children

OSHA reminds workers that if you work with lead, you could be bringing this toxic metal home on your shoes, skin, hair, and hands. Take-home lead can cause lead poisoning in children and other family members.“Far too many Americans are exposed...Read Full Article

Spring Security Spruce-Up

A home burglary is terrifying. It can leave you frustrated, angry, scared, and sad. It’s a good habit to periodically examine your home, routines, and security to prevent these break-ins from happening.Begin by asking yourself these...Read Full Article

Easy Ways to Reduce Trips & Falls

According to OSHA, slips, trips, and falls cause the majority of general industry accidents. The good news is that many of these accidents can be avoided with preparation, care, and attention to your walkways and outdoor areas. Straighten...Read Full Article

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