Safety Speak: Drug Testing for Transportation, Meat Industry Injuries and Holiday Workplace Safety

Episode 42

Safety Speak: Drug Testing for Transportation, Meat Industry Injuries and Holiday Workplace Safety

Join Editor Sydny Shepard as she discusses the HHS guidelines on drug testing, the latest injury rates for the Meat Packing and Processing industry and how OSHA is suggesting retailers, delivery workers and those in order fulfillment decrease their risk of transmitting COVID-19.

On this Safety Speak episode of the podcast, we will talk about drug testing guidelines for the transportation industry, injuries at an all-time-low for the meat packing industry and workplace safety tips from OSHA for the holidays.

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About the Author

Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.

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