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New regulation aimed at railroad operations safety (2/13)

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U.S. DOT says rule will focus on reducing common mistakes that result in nearly half of all human factor-caused train accidents.
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Sugar refinery blast update: 6 dead, 2 missing, 44 injured (2/12)

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Massive explosion and fire at a Georgia sugar refinery Feb. 7 has renewed concerns about the adequacy of industry safety standards for combustible dust.
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New York initiates largest fire safety campaign in city's history (2/12)

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Fire department officials announced that the “Sound the Alarm” safety campaign will focus on the importance of smoke detectors.
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Aluminum company settles with OSHA on safety hazards (2/12)

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Manufacturing facility cited after OSHA inspectors found hazards involving the control of hazardous energy, as well as other safety and health violations.
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Poultry processing injury rate at lowest level ever (2/12)

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The chicken industry is playing a lead role in improving worker safety and reducing the incidence of injuries and health problems, says the NCC.
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Study: Workplace stress hindering Europeans (2/11)

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Stress is responsible for more than half of all missed work days, costing the European economy an estimated 20 billion euros ($29 billion) each year.
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Safety lapse blamed in fatal blast (2/11)

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Employees who were killed in a blast last year at a California spaceship company were watching a propulsion system test though a chain-link fence when the explosion occurred.
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Employer-pays PPE rule takes effect Feb. 13 (2/11)

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Under the final rule, employees have until May 15 to implement the PPE payment requirements.
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MSHA final rule aimed at mine rescue team effectiveness (2/8)

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Regulation implements Section 4 of the MINER Act of 2006 to improve overall mine rescue capability and mine rescue team effectiveness.
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6 dead, dozens injured in sugar refinery blast (2/8)

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The blast in a silo, where refined sugar is stored before being packaged, was reportedly caused by a sugar dust explosion.
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