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The week (5.24) that will be in workplace safety

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By Dave Johnson
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The week that was in workplace safety 5.17-5.21.2010

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By Dave Johnson

Good Friday 5.21.2010 to you.

This is the week that was in the the workplace safety world:
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The workingman film: War is work, too

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Robert A. Brounstein, Director, ES&H, TerranearPMC, LLC

In response to your challenge for nominating a "Best True Working Grit" Picture, I would like to suggest a few things....
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Films with an occupational safety and health theme

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Submitted by the European Safety & Health Agency at Work

Chaplin’s “Modern Times,” “The Perfect Storm,” “The Machinist”…
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Profit-glutted BP must pay for its epic risk-taking failure

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By Gary Rosenblum

The oil industry will not adequately manage its risks unless we stop shielding them from the true risks of their actions to the life of their companies.
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Undercover Boss: Why CEOs don’t get safety

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By Gary Rosenblum

The TV show Undercover Boss should be mandatory viewing for mine companies, oil companies, and on and on.
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Who’s best in safety? Who cares?

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By James Leemann, Ph.D.

Regarding the notion of “the most respected safety and health programs,” I have come to the point of asking myself the question – Who cares?
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Safety has some issues to sort out

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By Gary Rosenblum, CIH

The safety and health culture has some historical issues to work out before it can progress into a new era and function.
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About the Toyota recalls

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by Aaron Chen, MPH, CIH

The sooner manufacturers of heavy industry begin to copy the forward thinking risk management processes that the chemical, petro and pharma industries have used the better their products will be.
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Grade the Labor Secretary: I give her a “B”

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By Dave Johnson

Hilda Solis was confirmed as Secretary of Labor one year ago this month, February 24. It’s far too soon to judge OSHA chief Dr. Michaels. But I give Ms. Solis a solid “B” for her first year overseeing OSHA. What do you say?
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