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  • Occupational Health Resources , OSHA , Safety & Health January 16, 2018

    CDC / NIOSH Respirator Buyer Alert

    CDC / NIOSH Respirator Buyer Alert NIOSH has become aware of a counterfeit N95 Respirator on the market.  While the TC number and private label holder (KOSTO) are valid, this unapproved unit can be identified by the misspelling of NIOSH on the front of the respirator.  How can you be sure your respirator is truly

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  • Occupational Health Resources , OSHA , Safety & Health January 11, 2018

    (Video) What is OSHA and which jobs does it protect?

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) creates laws designed to protect workers from unsafe working environments. Under the new Trump administration inspectors have decreased, making it possible for more potential workplace safety violations to go undetected. In 2016, there were 31,948 federal safety inspections along with 43,105 state safety inspections. These inspections are critical

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  • OSHA December 2, 2009

    OSHA Rights Information

    You have a right to a safe and healthful workplace. That’s why Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, requiring employers to provide workplaces free from serious recognized hazards and to comply with occupational safety and health standards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) wants every worker to go home whole and

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  • OSHA October 10, 2009

    Keeping Employees Informed

    The IAMAW, along with the other affiliated unions of the AFL-CIO, has historically promoted workplace safety and health laws. The Occupational Safety and Health ACT was enacted in 1970 as a direct result of organized labors support and efforts. These laws have helped not only union workers but all the workers who come under the

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