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It’s been almost two months since I posted my 14 Points of Safety) on my personal blog. I’ve explored the first two points in detail on both www.philladuke.wordpress.com and here. I thought this week I would tackle the my third point, Focus on prevention.
This is a story for this week’s Worker Memorial Day. It’s 2 am, and I’m at the side of Pat’s crib again.
1. What is GHS?
GHS is the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
I have been spending time reviewing the draft of a new ISO document – Guide 82 – Guide for addressing sustainability in standards.
I have comments and questions about OSHA’s March 12, 2012 memorandum with the subject line: “Employer Safety Incentives and Disincentive Policies and Practices.”
April marks Alcohol Awareness Month, a nationwide campaign intended to raise awareness of the health and social problems that excessive alcohol consumption can cause for individuals, their families, and their communities.
I have been asking other groups and other safety professionals their thoughts and opinions on the removal of fire extinguishers from residential common areas such as the Housing Urban Authority (HUD) and student campus living areas.
Question: “At many of our manufacturing sites we are reaching a point in our safety journey that they are struggling to understand.
When people hear that I work in safety they invariably ask if what I do is mostly common sense.
Almost a half century (47 years) after publication of the book Unsafe at Any Speed, which uncovered auto companies unwillingness to spend money on safety features — Ralph Nader has a new organization in his sights as he pursues safety issues — the AFL-CIO.
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