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2014/10/30 13:34
2014/10/30 13:34
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... Fire Chiefs and serves as a reviewer of firefighter fatality investigations conducted by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. Through the years, Morris had a few narrow...
2014/10/30 13:34
2014/10/30 13:34
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2014/10/30 04:12
2014/10/30 04:12
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... determine how Hartford firefighter Kevin Bell died in a house fire last month have turned some of their attention to his breathing apparatus, examining whether it was working properly and whether...
2014/10/29 02:47
2014/10/29 02:47
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... Hanford workers A draft report obtained by the KING 5 Investigators paints a damning picture of worker safety protocols at the Hanford Site in southeastern Washington, debunking claims made by...
2014/10/26 17:22
2014/10/26 17:22
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SEATTLE — 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 South King County, Wash.,...
2014/10/26 06:15
2014/10/26 06:15
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Large employers 1. San Antonio Marriott Global Reservation Sales and Customer Care SAN ANTONIO — Sector: Customer contact S.A.-area employees: 670 Total revenue: $12,784,000,000 (Marriott...
2014/10/25 15:08
2014/10/25 15:08
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AMBLER, Pa. (AP) - Joe Amento, a lifelong resident of Ambler, was 53 when he died of a rare cancer with one main cause - exposure to asbestos. He was fine at Christmas 2002. In January, a pain in his...
2014/10/21 23:12
2014/10/21 23:12
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Almost all of the respirable dust samples collected during the first two months under the new rule, which aims to reduce respirable coal mine dust exposure, met compliance levels, the U.S. Department...
2014/10/20 20:51
2014/10/20 20:51
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Despite concerns voiced by the mining industry that it would have trouble meeting the requirements of the rule to reduce respirable coal mine dust, approximately 99 percent of the 7,456 valid...
2014/10/20 17:37
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
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...
2014/10/19 09:52
2014/10/19 09:52
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Although the last factory closed decades ago, the piles of asbestos waste have remained in what are now two Superfund sites. Even as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency monitors the completed...
2014/10/19 03:16
2014/10/19 03:16
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... experience in caring for Ebola patients, according to Tumpey. CDC officials also met with the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, the Occupational Safety and Health...
2014/10/18 03:53
2014/10/18 03:53
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It’s conventional wisdom in Washington that three decades or more of corporate-sponsored anti-regulatory studies, conferences, advertising and political speeches, have convinced the American public...
2014/10/16 16:34
2014/10/16 16:34
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... how much attenuation is provided. A higher NRR number indicates more attenuation. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health provides a searchable compendium listing...
2014/10/16 02:31
2014/10/16 02:31
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... for why she doesn't think it's a good idea to place a cell phone tower at a school. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health states there are possible risks from electric...
2014/10/15 23:49
2014/10/15 23:49
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... from happening rather than allowing it to happen through our own negligence and then revealing what has gone wrong. TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE National Institute of Occupational Safety and He...
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
2014/10/15 21:43
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... the second quarter. Lystedt went down hard after making a tackle, clutching both sides of his helmet in pain. He shook it off and kept playing, taking hit after hit. Only later did his...
2014/10/14 12:41
2014/10/14 12:41
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At first it was miners and wharfies, then all sorts of tradesmen. Now a different generation of home renovators and others are being diagnosed with cancer after exposure to asbestos. Two years ago,...
2014/10/13 06:03
2014/10/13 06:03
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... produce students who are going to be ready for the workplace upon graduation," Karen Hill, health occupations teacher, said. The two-part classroom features items in typical classrooms such...
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