Consumer groups and law firms are raising awareness for farm worker and consumer health after internal emails leaked this week show Monsanto’s leading pesticide Roundup could cause cancer, and previous research showing no health risks was completed by company employees.
Consumer Group Questions EPA, Monsanto Collusion on Roundup Health RisksWed, 22 Mar 2017 18:59:00 +0000
Will Congress Turn Its Back on the Safety of America’s Workers?Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:08:00 +0000
Let’s say someone you care about – mother, father, wife, husband, partner, son, daughter, friend and neighbor – works in a facility that’s had a history of serious injuries or illnesses. You know, like burns, amputations and broken bones that happen at work. Or head, eye or back injuries.
The Real Reasons Americans Are Unhappy at WorkTue, 21 Mar 2017 13:58:00 +0000
When it comes to work, Americans aren’t happy.
OSHA Launches Campaign to Address Fatalities in Kansas, Missouri and NebraskaTue, 21 Mar 2017 13:45:00 +0000
A rise in fatality inspections in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska has OSHA calling on employers to rethink their approaches to worker safety.
The agency recently launched its Safe and Sound Campaign to make companies more aware of the services it offers as well as address some common hazards in the region that have led to fatalities including confined space and struck by incidents.
Ladder Safety e-Book Available for DownloadTue, 21 Mar 2017 13:25:00 +0000
More than 2,000 people per day are injured in ladder-related incidents, and the industry is taking major steps to reduce that number.
The American Ladder Institute has declared March as National Ladder Safety Month.
This collection includes articles about National Ladder Safety Month, ladder safety and the OSHA regulations related to the appropriate and safe use of ladders in general industry and construction.