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FedEx Ground’s Veep of Safety Scott Mugno Tapped by Trump to Lead OSHA

President Donald Trump has nominated Scott Mugno, vice president of safety, sustainability and vehicle maintenance for FedEx Ground to be assistant secretary of labor for OSHA. Oct 30, 2017 The White House on Oct. 27 announced that President Donald Trump will nominate Scott Mugno, vice president of safety, sustainability and vehicle maintenance, to head OSHA, […]

Occupational Asbestos Exposure

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, more than 75 occupational groups have exposed workers to asbestos. The effect of daily exposure over the span of a career has led many workers to develop asbestos-related diseases, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. Learn more about the occupations and industries that place people […]

OSHA’s New Fall Regulations to Affect 112 Million Workers

Dakota Safety President Andrew J. Miller offers an update on the latest in OSHA standards for fall protection.   Jun 8, 2017   As an employer, one of your most important responsibilities is to provide a safe, injury-free environment for your workers. Your job is not done simply after rolling out a safety program and […]

ASSE Creates OSHA Reform Blueprint

Amid a political change, ASSE has crafted a blueprint that highlights priorities and the vision for OSHA. May 16, 2017 The American Society of Safety Engineers has created an OSHA Reform Blueprint, an eight-page document detailing priorities and a vision for OSHA amid a sweeping political change. The proposal calls for OSHA to emphasize the […]

Measuring Behavioral Integrity of Safety Ownership and Improvement

Where there is no behavioral integrity, trust, relationships, and maturing the culture all suffer. Progress will be at a standstill.   By: Shawn M. Galloway       May 01, 2017   How aligned are the actions, priorities, and values within your business? Are you measuring who truly owns safety or how well incident responses are eliminating hazards […]

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