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BBI Detection, which employs fewer than 20 people, is now partially running after the scare. It was shut down immediately after the anthrax announcement. The lab was supposed to receive dead anthrax...
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2015/05/29 19:12
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Toledo Police Patrolman's Association back firefighters' union no-confidence vote The union representing Toledo police patrolmen called on Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson to heed as a serious matter...
2015/05/29 12:20
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CHAMPAIGN — It's easy to imagine that in the risky job of firefighting, such events as collapsing buildings and explosions would cause most firefighter deaths. But sudden cardiovascular events are...
2015/05/28 12:21
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DESOTO (AP) – The drowning of an Oklahoma firefighter and a Texas teenager in storms that swept through those states highlight the persistent dangers posed by storm drains that help protect...
2015/05/24 13:08
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The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) were this week awarded a grant of nearly $200,000 per year for a workers' compensation research...
2015/05/21 15:55
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While this time of year usually brings cheerful weather and the growth of beautiful plants, millions of people will be gearing up once again to do battle with a problem that recurs every year. Itchy...
2015/05/21 04:12
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Fire chief won’t resign Santiago: Work to do firevote Jeff Romstadt, the president of Toledo Firefighters Local 92, center, announces the official results of a vote of confidence in Toledo Fire Chief...
2015/05/19 20:02
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UPDATE: 05/19/2015 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Former Massey Energy CEO Donald Blankenship's lawyers have asked a federal appeals court to assign his criminal case to a judge outside the Southern...
2015/05/19 14:47
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DENVER (AP) - Federal officials have issued a warning about the danger of inhaling chemicals at oil wells following the deaths of nine workers in the past five years. All the deaths involved people...
2015/05/18 18:48
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DENVER (AP) — Federal officials have issued a warning about the danger of inhaling chemicals at oil wells following the deaths of nine workers in the past five years. All the deaths involved people...
2015/05/15 23:48
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In the 11th season of Discovery Channel’s flagship show “The Deadliest Catch,” the title’s fallacy still goes largely unnoted. Crab fishing on the Bering Sea isn’t the deadliest fishery in the United...
2015/05/14 03:48
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Cancer studies prompt Florida firefighters to take actionPosted: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 11:31 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 11:31 PM EDT JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) - Recent...
2015/05/13 05:26
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The Earlville City Council approved a plan by Houston-based EOG Resources Inc., an international oil and gas company, to build a multimillion-dollar facility for silica sand on a 230-acre farm field....
2015/05/13 04:12
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City fire chief stays calm on pending no-confidence vote Small faction drives dispute, he says Toledo’s fire chief said Tuesday that he will continue to focus on running the department despite a...
2015/05/10 00:18
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For rent: 10,500-square-foot manufacturing facility on one acre, outfitted with industrial woodworking equipment. William Perry would like to see the former Cheat River Wood Products shop producing...
2015/05/08 18:19
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Construction workers who are Hispanic, young and employed by small firms likely face greater occupational safety challenges than almost any other employee segment or in any industry in the United...
2015/05/08 13:41
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Hispanics Most Vulnerable to Construction Injuries By Rebeca Piccardo - Construction jobs are some of the most dangerous, killing an average of 12 people every day. But a new report singles out...
2015/05/08 10:52
2015/05/08 10:52
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City social workers took her children away from the family the day she died, placing them separately with Joyce Craig's friends, even though several relatives, including their fathers and their...
2015/05/08 01:12
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The local firefighters' union president has requested an internal investigation after a petition was circulated following the release of a federal report. A report released by the National Institute...
2015/05/04 15:51
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OSHA News ReleaseRecord numbers of construction workers expected to get prevention message in 2015 National Fall Safety Stand-Down OSHA partners with thousands of businesses to save lives by...
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