Both of these large organizations announced last week that their current EDs have decided to retire soon.
After monitoring the recall of Galaxy Note7, the agency has updated its guidelines.
You don't want to wear gloves that will burn, catch fire or not protect from heat. Beyond sustained injuries, ignoring the need for proper electrical PPE can result in huge fines.
OSHA has cited the medical center for one willful and four serious safety violations. The case involves $174,593 in proposed penalties.
A temporary worker was fatally crushed by a robotic machine just two weeks before her wedding in JUne 2016, and OSHA has cited the host employer and two staffing agencies, proposing a total of $2.5 million in penalties.
The 108-page guide developed in partnership with AgSafe and the BC Dairy Association covers various hazards, including confined spaces, working with electricity, livestock and animal medicines, mobile equipment, ergonomics, PPE, respiratory protection, and fall protection.