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    Spring 2017 Manufacturing Safety Seminar

    On May 18, 2017, the Safety and Health Department held a Manufacturing Safety Seminar for Atlantic Charter clients at the Burlington Marriott.

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    Boston Globe

    Linda J. Sallop is interviewed for the “Women & Power Issue”, and begins “The best advice for anybody is to never say can’t. Say yes to every opportunity. Be open to everything. Even if you’re too busy or don’t know how to do it, take on the challenge.”

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    Safety News – Winter 2016

    This issue includes information on OSHA’s new fine structure, OSHA’s log posting reminder, temporary worker safety, construction in confined spaces, first aid and AED’s in the workplace, reporting serious injuries or fatalities to OSHA, distracted driving resources, and OSHA’s hazard alert for scissor lifts.

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    Winter 2016 Safety Campaign

    Atlantic Charter’s Safety and Health Department continues to emphasize the importance of a strong machine safeguarding program with all clients that operate powered machinery.

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    Winter Safety Reminder

    Tips to prevent winter related accidents.

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    Safety News – Summer 2016

    This issue includes OSHA’s injury tracking final rule, a heat stress safety reminder, information on protecting workers from the Zika virus, OSHA’s final silica rule, mental health first aid, information on elements of an effective safety committee, and OSHA’s revised walking-working surfaces standards.

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    Safety News – Fall 2015

    This issue includes the new OSHA focus on healthcare facilities, OSHA’s national emphasis program on amputations and a recent machine amputation at a food manufacturer, NH’s hands-free law, and the computer workstation eTool.

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    Safety News – Spring 2015

    This issue includes NIOSH homecare worker training, safe resident/patient handling and legislation, new HazCom/GHS labels and SDSs, OSHA’s temporary worker initiative, and recent OSHA fine at a concrete manufacturer in New Hampshire.

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