EHS Round-Up: April 27, 2018

Posted On: April 27, 2018

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Learn more about current events and trends that may affect your industry in this week's round-up!
  1. Employers Must Post Injury Summaries for the Previous Year
Each February through April, OSHA requires employers to post a summary of the injuries and illnesses recorded the previous year.
  1. Excavation Contractor Faces $454,750 in OSHA Penalties
OSHA cited excavation contractor Kamphuis Pipeline Company for exposing employees to trench cave-ins while installing water metering pits and lines.
  1. Health Care Industry has the Highest Percentage of Workers with Asthma
A recent NIOSH study found that the health care and social assistance industry has the largest percentage of workers suffering from asthma.
  1. OSHA Offers Employers Free Resources for Fall Prevention
In preparation for the fifth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, May 7-11, OSHA is offering free online resources for employers.

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