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OSHA’s National Fall Prevention Safety Stand-Down campaign encourages workers to take a moment to discus safety topics, view safety demonstrations and to set aside time for training in hazard recognition and fall prevention from May 8-12. These stand-downs are an effort to provide an opportunity for employers to talk about hazards, company safety policies as well as goals and expectations with their employees.

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If you or your employees are working at a construction site, it is important to know that exposure to respirable crystalline silica can lead to serious health hazards such as silicosis, lung cancer, repository and kidney diseases. OSHA’s crystalline silica standard will begin on Sept. 23, 2017.

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One of the newest campaigns launched by OSHA is asking employers to review their safety and health programs. 

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OSHA has implemented two key changes to its recordkeeping rule.

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A new ruling has dramatically lowers the amount of beryllium, a chemical linked to lung disease, in the workplace. 

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