EHS Round-Up: May 25, 2018


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  1. OSHA Enforcement of Some Beryllium Provisions Delayed
While OSHA announced it will begin enforcing certain requirements of the beryllium final rule on May 11, 2018, enforcement will be delayed on other provisions.
  1. Outdoor Workers at Increasing Risk of Insect-Borne Illness
The CDC reports that insect-borne illnesses in the U.S. tripled from 2004 to 2016 with more than 640,000 cases of diseases such as dengue, Zika, Lyme, and plague.
  1. Serious Workplace Injuries Cost Employers $1 Billion a Week
A new report finds disabling injuries and illnesses in the workplace are costing U.S. employers more than $1 billion a week.
  1. Over 82,000 Honeywell Hard Hats Recalled
Honeywell voluntarily recalled 82,500 hard hats due to insufficient impact protection, affecting models Fibre Metal E2 Cap and North Peak A79.

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