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DHS doles out $113 million in grants for preparedness training (10/5)

October 5, 2007
Grant money awarded under two separate programs is intended to strengthen the coordinated training efforts of homeland security preparedness.
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OSHA hits meat processing plant with $248K in fines (10/4)

October 4, 2007
Alleged willful violations include failure to provide proper audiograms and training to all employees exposed to hazardous noise levels.
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Families of lost Utah miners lash out at MSHA, Murray (10/3)

October 3, 2007
Committee hearing was the third congressional panel that probed the Crandall Canyon mine tragedy.
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OSHA awards $10.1 million in training grants to nonprofits (10/2)

October 2, 2007
Grants will go to 55 nonprofit organizations for safety and health training and educational programs.
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Court changes ruling in favor of teen worker (9/28)

September 28, 2007
Ohio Supreme Court changed its own ruling Thursday, deciding that a young fast-food worker who badly burned himself after violating safety rules should get temporary disability benefits.
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House approves bill to regulate popcorn chemical (9/27)

September 27, 2007
Legislation would force OSHA to develop interim standards limiting worker exposure to the artificial flavoring diacetyl. The Senate has not yet considered it.
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Timberland recalling steel toe boot series, offering free replacements (9/26)

September 27, 2007
Recall involves Timberland PRO Direct Attach Steel Toe Series boots made in the Dominican Republic and sold nationwide between September 2005 and September 2007.
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New ANSI/ASA hearing protection standard published (9/25)

September 25, 2007
Designed to help safety pros select hearing protectors for noise-exposed workers, the standard specifies methods for estimating sound pressure levels that are effective when hearing protection is worn.
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Energy firm convicted in deadly pipeline blast (9/24)

September 24, 2007
The California company will pay a $10 million fine in the criminal case, involving violations of the state labor code, and $5 million to end a related civil prosecution.
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A+A closes with increased attendance, provides "important momentum" for occupational safety (9/21)

September 21, 2007
More than 55,000 trade visitors attended A+A 2007 as awareness for safety and health risks at the workplace is reportedly rising noticeably worldwide.
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