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2014/10/20 20:51
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News Release MSHA News Release: [10/20/2014] Contact Name: Amy Louviere Phone Number: (202) 693-9423 WASHINGTON — Despite concerns voiced by the mining industry that it would have trouble meeting...
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2014/10/20 17:37
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The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is getting a $1.25 million contract to design more advanced underground ventilation systems for block caving mines. Block caving is an underground hard...
2014/10/20 06:49
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A confused 38-year-old father in Kentucky rarely crawled out of bed. A conservation volunteer in Iowa lost feeling in his hands and feet. A 5-year-old girl in suburban Seattle doubled over in pain...
2014/10/16 20:42
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As News Breaks that Second Health Worker in Dallas Tests Positive for EbolaNational Nurses Call on President Obama to Issue Executive Order Directing Hospitals to Follow Highest Standards for Beating...
2014/10/15 21:44
2014/10/15 21:44
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In lieu of another nurse being diagnosed with Ebola, the National Nurses United sent a letter to President Obama to call for change to combat the deadly virus. You can read their letter below: On...
2014/10/15 21:43
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Oct. 15, 2014 -- At 13, Zackery Lystedt was a star player on his junior-high-school football team. Then one game changed everything. It was the second quarter. Lystedt went down hard after making a...
2014/10/12 05:31
2014/10/12 05:31
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Chemicals from Keystone Sanitary Landfill are contaminating groundwater — a recurring problem for more than a decade that appears to violate state law, a Sunday Times review of state Department of...
2014/10/10 14:17
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The medical and scientific community was relieved when Gov. Martin O'Malley imposed a moratorium on fracking in 2011. He said that the state would only move forward with fracking if it "can be...
2014/10/06 13:17
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The campaign’s theme is “Driving your safety culture home” and builds the case for executive leadership to adopt safe driving for all employees as a part of the corporate safety culture. The...
2014/09/29 19:02
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There’s been a lot going on this past week so it’s likely that National Farm Safety Week, announced by Presidential Proclamation on September 19th may have escaped notice of those not working in...
2014/09/29 09:22
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But beyond any doubt, something has changed for the worse during the past couple of decades. One of the most important occupational safety laws ever adopted in this country was the Federal Coal Mine...
2014/09/29 01:03
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But there’s another numbers problem here: Each of the figures cited in the paragraph above is false, misleading, or incomplete. They’ve nonetheless become ammunition for anyone who wants to criticize...
2014/09/25 10:08
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Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health have been awarded a four-year, $1.3 million grant by the Centers for Disease Control and...
2014/09/23 22:45
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Members of Houston City Council's public safety committee heard the radio transmission between firefighters as a roof collapsed at the Southwest Inn motel in 2013. The collapse led to the deadliest...
2014/09/23 14:52
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's Department of Agriculture says events promoting farm safety are planned at high schools across the state. The department says Kentucky had 14 farming-related...
2014/09/23 14:15
2014/09/23 14:15
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On a cold January morning, Daniel Zambrano drove a company van with six co-workers from an isolated fracking site along Texas 72 in the Eagle Ford Shale, blasting the heat as he headed for a nearby...
2014/09/23 07:56
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Published: Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 12:01 a.m. 9 missile silos near Spokane held nuclear bombs By Tom Sowa, The Spokesman-Review SPOKANE � Back in 1961 the U.S. Air Force, without any attempt...
2014/09/22 16:36
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By Cindy Perman, CNBC and U.S. News Agency / Asian Stress—gaaaaaaaah! It’s everywhere these days. And nowhere do we get more stressed out than at work. Forty percent of American workers say their...
2014/09/21 04:26
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For several years now, sports fans of a certain cast of mind have been declaring their intention to quit watching professional football, on moral grounds. What cast of mind is this? A rare or,...
2014/09/20 06:25
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MANDAREE, N.D. (AP) - In North Dakota's remote oil patch ambulances can take hours to get patients to the hospital. One emergency response company is using onsite paramedics and helicopter rescues to...
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