EHS Round-Up: March 30, 2018


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Learn more about current events and trends that may affect your industry in this week's round-up!
  1. 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.
  1. Trump Administration Allows 2018 OSHA Fine Increase
Now, a willful violation of OSHA standards may result in a fine of up to $129,336.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.  

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