Weekly Round-Up from 360training.com
Learn more about current events and trends that may affect your industry in this week's round-up!
- Logger Most Dangerous Job in 2018
As measured by fatal work injury rate, the most dangerous jobs in 2018 are logger, fishing worker, aircraft pilot, and roofer.
- Trump Administration Allows 2018 OSHA Fine Increase
Now, a willful violation of OSHA standards may result in a fine of up to $129,336.
- Frequent Diesel Exhaust Exposure Linked to Increased ALS risk
A recent study has found an increased risk of ALS for men who are frequently exposed to diesel exhaust.
- Mine Inspectors Now Using High-Tech Mobile Inspection Systems
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) inspectors are now equipped with new Mobile Inspection Application Systems, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capable tablets, cameras, and video.