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2015/07/03 10:30
2015/07/03 10:30
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Between 1,500 and 2,000 miners a year still apply for compensation for silicosis and TB contracted on the gold mines - yet the mining industry is doing very little to share the burden of these deadly...
2015/07/03 10:30
2015/07/03 10:30
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2015/07/02 10:19
2015/07/02 10:19
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The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding a fire in a procedure room of the University of Michigan Health...
2015/07/02 07:03
2015/07/02 07:03
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Commentary about business and finance. SAN JOSE, California—In the photograph, a frozen moment of optimism, Yvette Flores is smiling. It’s the summer of 1979. Yvette, in a flower-patterned dress, is...
2015/07/01 16:49
2015/07/01 16:49
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On May 28 at around 10:40 a.m., Thomas J. Hughes, 29, jumped from the 24th floor of his apartment building in Manhattan. Hughes had worked in investment banking at Moelis & Co. His father, John, said...
2015/07/01 04:59
2015/07/01 04:59
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... last week to hire 80 more crossing guards. It is self-evident—at least for politicians and parents—that crossing guards make streets safer for children. Of the multitude of press releases...
2015/06/30 17:46
2015/06/30 17:46
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Chambers set schedules ■ The Soldotna Chamber of Commerce next meets today at noon at Froso’s Restaurant in Soldotna. Larry Persily, assistant to the borough mayor, will provide an update on the...
2015/06/30 09:03
2015/06/30 09:03
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Commentary about business and finance. PORT BYRON, New York—Six weeks before Chris Johnson was born in 1974, the U.S. government issued a warning about a substance that would nearly kill him 30 years...
2015/06/29 12:30
2015/06/29 12:30
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The constitution and law provide for an independent judiciary; however, judges and magistrates were subject to influence and corruption. Uneven application of the law and unequal distribution of...
2015/06/29 01:19
2015/06/29 01:19
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Don Hager knows that not all of the students he trains on Virginia Tech's mine rescue team will follow his career path into a coal mine, especially as that industry lays off workers. Those who do,...
2015/06/26 04:30
2015/06/26 04:30
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Updated: Thursday, June 25 2015, 11:07 PM CDTFirefighters have two leading causes of death - heart attacks and cancer the risks never go away. Now a month long study at the fire service institute in...
2015/06/26 04:20
2015/06/26 04:20
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Ana Figueredo is a registered nurse, lives in the Santa Clarita Valley and is a survivor of 27 years in an abusive marriage. During that time she repeatedly filed restraining orders and repeatedly...
2015/06/25 16:20
2015/06/25 16:20
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News from the cities and universities of the Big Ten: Ohio State denies ex-band director's defamation claims COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University is denying defamation claims raised by the...
2015/06/25 15:42
2015/06/25 15:42
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While the campaign doesn't officially begin until Sept. 11, Posey and Warwick have already recruited the following volunteers to help with all areas of campaign: Brian Cavagnini (Meritor); John Bryant...
2015/06/24 10:39
2015/06/24 10:39
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Workplaces that value employees' safety and well-being as much as company productivity yield the greatest rewards, according to a study done by researchers at Colorado State University and the...
2015/06/24 04:12
2015/06/24 04:12
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... address city’s fire dispute Former justice seeks solution Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Andy Douglas will work to resolve the months-long dispute between Toledo fire administrators and the...
2015/06/24 00:50
2015/06/24 00:50
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... issued an immediate stop-work order to identify the main cause of the incident. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, in a press...
2015/06/23 14:22
2015/06/23 14:22
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RIO LINDA -- A search for new sources of water by Sacramento County's Rio Linda-Elverta Community Water District has found that wells closest to a former Air Force base have high levels of hexavalent...
2015/06/23 00:08
2015/06/23 00:08
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A new study found that white blood cell counts were lowered in workers exposed to less than 1 ppm of the chemical benzene (part benzene per million parts air). Additionally, the study examined...
2015/06/22 13:15
2015/06/22 13:15
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Momentum for the introduction of a national minimum wage is gathering pace, with South Africa looking to other countries for guidance on how to implement this policy. Under the auspices of National...
2015/06/22 08:23
2015/06/22 08:23
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From the Department of Labor and Employment While there are no Filipinos suspected of carrying MERS-CoV, strict precautions are being taken among OFWs in South Korea in order to prevent the spread of...
2015/07/03 10:30
2015/07/03 10:30
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