EHS Round-Up: April 13, 2018

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Weekly Round-Up from 360training.com

Learn more about current events and trends that may affect your industry in this week's round-up!
  1. Workers’ Long-Term Use of Opioid Painkillers Delays Return to Work
Workers’ return to work take significantly longer if they’ve been prescribed opioid painkillers for long periods of time.
  1. Certified Safety Professionals Now Must Have a Bachelor’s Degree
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals announced April 2 that the Certified Safety Professional designation will require a bachelor’s degree beginning July 2.
  1. OSHA Creating Protocols for Communication with Local Governments and First Responders
The new initiative is meant to address the lack communication about companies’ serious violations with local governments and first responders.
  1. Roofing Contractor Facing Big Fines for Lack of Worker Fall Protection
OSHA inspectors saw Guallpa Contracting workers on a roof without fall protection, improper ladder use, and the lack of head protection.  

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