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2015/07/30 00:36
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A crew from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a University of South Dakota building that's been the source of health complaints from employees can be occupied. University officials...
2015/07/30 00:36
2015/07/30 00:36
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2015/07/29 20:37
2015/07/29 20:37
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A review of conditions in Noteboom Hall at the University of South Dakota found the building's ventilation system is inadequate. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health was called...
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2015/07/29 06:08
2015/07/29 06:08
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The disposal and recycling of electronic devices has increased exposure to lead and other toxicants and created "an emerging health concern," according to a pediatrician who directs the Environmental...
2015/07/27 17:17
2015/07/27 17:17
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... news Rural health poorer than in cities: report SUICIDE rates are 66 per cent higher in the country than in Australian cities, while deaths from all causes in remote areas is 40 per cent...
2015/07/22 11:39
2015/07/22 11:39
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Inland Empire warehouses employ thousands of residents in the region. Warehouses provide jobs for thousands of workers in the Inland Empire. But a majority of blue-collar warehouse jobs typically pay...
2015/07/22 03:41
2015/07/22 03:41
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A Kansas City filmmaker re-ignited a decades old debate about the safety of so-called "silver fillings." Randall Moore spent five years shooting You Put What In My Mouth?, a documentary following...
2015/07/21 22:35
2015/07/21 22:35
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... from their regular routines. But those outdoor workouts combined with the summer heat and humidity can be dangerous. “We're looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 90s,” National...
2015/07/21 20:18
2015/07/21 20:18
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HOUSTON - A federal report says several factors contributed to the deaths of four Houston firefighters battling a fire in 2013, including the building's construction and an inadequate sprinkler...
2015/07/20 20:45
2015/07/20 20:45
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A final report, detailing the events that lead to the death of four Houston firefighters in May 2013 has been released by the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety, a division of the...
2015/07/17 19:44
2015/07/17 19:44
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... more than 19 parts per billion of diacetyl — almost four times the proposed safety limit. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health proposes that workers not be exposed to...
2015/07/17 07:29
2015/07/17 07:29
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Kenya is about to enter an important new stage in the development of its mining sector. The Mining Bill 2014, currently under review by the Senate, should be enacted before the end of the year and...
2015/07/16 08:26
2015/07/16 08:26
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This is a companion article to my commentary of last week urging Virgin Islands landlords to control mould, which contributes to poor indoor air quality (IAQ). This article provides an overview of...
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2015/07/15 22:22
2015/07/15 22:22
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News & Observer Experts worried about effects on mentally ill Most workplace violence is against health care, social service workers Rep. Dobson: ‘We weren’t changing the law to interfere with...
2015/07/12 19:07
2015/07/12 19:07
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Clement Wenceslaus points to the life jackets inside his speedboat. SIBU: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) has called on boat operators to ensure their passenger boats...
2015/07/10 22:09
2015/07/10 22:09
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The EWG Action Fund is calling for a ban on asbestos in consumer products after it found traces of the carcinogen in children's crayons and toy crime lab kits. Four of 28 boxes of crayons tested...
2015/07/10 06:09
2015/07/10 06:09
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The jarring motion, weight, noise, dust and strength required to operate this tool would thrash me in minutes. I respect people who work in construction. Anyway, my jackhammer assessment jelled while...
2015/07/10 05:14
2015/07/10 05:14
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... go beyond what they do on the clock. The job means they're more likely to have a heart attack and get cancer. What they don't know is why. New research is trying to answer that question and one...
2015/07/10 02:58
2015/07/10 02:58
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When 15,273 utility customers in Woodland open their water bills, they will find a letter alerting them that their water exceeds the state standard for a carcinogen called hexavalent chromium, or...
2015/07/09 20:51
2015/07/09 20:51
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News ReleaseUS Labor Department to host town hall meetings in Texas to assist current and former nuclear weapons workers WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor along with other federal agencies...
2015/07/08 13:25
2015/07/08 13:25
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... building to rescue us. But what if doing exactly that is putting them in danger for major health risks in the future? Sandy Davis worked for the Shreveport Fire Department for 26 and a half...
2015/07/30 00:36
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