Occupational Health Screenings Can Make Work Environments Safer

June 28, 2013- More than 4,600 workers died while on the job in 2011, according to the latest Bureau of Labor statistics on fatal occupational injuries.

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Green Buildings Put Up Stronger Defense Against Natural Disasters

June 26, 2013- Cities are prone to major damage after earthquakes or other natural disasters, but now a team of developers is creating new ways to make buildings stronger than ever.

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May Your First Office Space Be a Safe One

June 24, 2013- The Charlotte Observer recently released an interview with Ed Foulke, former Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health and head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from 2006 to 2008, regarding how to set up your first office space to ensure safety and avoid potential liability.

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Officials Ask Workers to Take a Break from the Heat

June 21, 2013- OSHA this month asked construction workers to take a break for safety as temperatures rose across the South.

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The Corporate World’s ‘Green’ Industrial Revolution

June 19, 2014- While governments have been slow to jump on the green bandwagon, the corporate side of the fence is looking several shades greener, according to a recent report from Forbes.

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Europe Bans Pesticides Possibly Linked To Shrinking Bee Populations

June 17, 2013- The European Commission will enact a two-year ban on pesticides thought to be harming global bee populations.

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OSHA Provides Tornado Preparedness and Response Guidelines

June 14, 2013- Given the recent extreme weather events all over our nation, it would be wise to brush up on the Occupational Safety & Health Administration's (OSHA) tornado advice to help protect yourself, your employees and your business.

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OSHA Holds Meeting of the NACOSH about the Safety of Temporary Workers

June 12, 2013- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration held a meeting of the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NACOSH) on June 11 in Washington, D.C.

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Chinese Airline to Use Biofuel for Its Commercial Flights

June 10, 2013- China Eastern Airlines announced it will start operating commercial flights that run on 100 percent biofuel.

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The Golden State Shines Brightest In Solar Energy Jobs

June 7, 2013- Per earthtechling.com, the Center for American Progress has identified California as having a dramatically higher rate of paying jobs in the solar industry than any other state.

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OSHA Launches New Initiative to Protect Temporary Workers

June 5, 2013- As part of its goal to make work sites across the country safer, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced an initiative that aims to further protect temporary workers from workplace hazards.

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Genetically Engineered Algae Offers New Hope for Malarial and Other Vaccinations

June 3, 2013- At the University of California San Diego, research into the genetic engineering of algae has produced new hope for an edible malaria vaccine.

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