Fire Prevention Week 2020: Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!

The National Fire Prevention Association is celebrating Fire Prevention Week from October 4-10, with the theme of Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen™.The leading cause of fires in the kitchen is unattended cooking. Simple actions can...Read Full Article

OSHA: Temporary Guidance for Initial and Annual Fit-Testing Requirements

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the shortage of N95 respirators and fit testing supplies, health care employers may have to consider using alternative respirators, like powered air purifying respirators (PAPRs), for those personnel in high...Read Full Article

Staying Safe In Tree Removal Sites

Loggers and other tree care specialists perform many duties. They clear sites for new construction projects, fell dying and diseased trees to avoid danger to residential areas, and remove trees that have received storm damage.Unfortunately, more...Read Full Article

2020 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Proper disposal of unused or expired prescription medications saves lives and protects the environment. When left in a cabinet or on a shelf, they are a public safety issue that too often tragically leads to accidental poisoning, drug misuse and...Read Full Article

Saluting Bravery on Mine Rescue Day

Working in mines is a dangerous career. Approximately 333,000 men and women work in mines across the US.Roof cave-ins, flooding, fires, and explosions present great risk to miners. When these emergencies occur, mine rescuers are called to save their...Read Full Article

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