Just imagine. Ten seconds of an unsanitary condition in the food industry could create a food-borne illness which could be devastating to a bar or restaurant business. In most restaurants, employee safety is rarely addressed although the cost of injuries continue to rise and worker's compensation costs are astronomical.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) yesterday released a video highlighting school buses as the safest form of transportation for children traveling to and from school – even safer than riding in a caryesterday with their parents.
Health care products giant Johnson & Johnson suffered another big legal defeat late Thursday, when a St. Louis jury ordered the company and its talc supplier to pay about $70 million in damages to a woman who blamed her ovarian cancer on the use of talc powders for feminine hygiene.
The United Farm Workers, labor and community health groups from Florida to California are urging the EPA to immediately suspend hundreds of uses of chlorpyrifos, an acutely toxic pesticide that harms workers and their family members.
Diacetyl exposure limits are recommended, retaliation against a safety whistleblower gets resolved and grisly workplace death were among the occupational safety and health and environment stories featured on ISHN.com this week.
Nutrition Services cited for more than two dozen violations
November 4, 2016
Responding to a report of unsafe working conditions, federal investigators found employees at a Nebraska animal feed company exposed to the risk of grain dust explosion, electrical shock and confined space hazards, and multiple other violations of grain handling safety standards.
ISHN is celebrating it's 50th anniversary this year. Check out their big anniversary issue, which includes content on the 50 leaders for today and tomorrow, historic dates since 1967 and 30 impact individuals in the safety industry